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portada Ahab’S House of Horrors: A Historiographic Study of the Military Campaigns of the House of Omri (Studies in Biblical Archaeology, Geography, and History)
Formato
Libro Físico
Ilustrado por
Editorial
Idioma
Inglés
N° páginas
176
Encuadernación
Tapa Blanda
Dimensiones
21.3 x 14.0 x 1.5 cm
Peso
0.22 kg.
ISBN13
9781683596486

Ahab’S House of Horrors: A Historiographic Study of the Military Campaigns of the House of Omri (Studies in Biblical Archaeology, Geography, and History)

Kyle R. Greenwood (Autor) · David B. Schreiner (Autor) · Barry J. Beitzel (Ilustrado por) · Lexham Press · Tapa Blanda

Ahab’S House of Horrors: A Historiographic Study of the Military Campaigns of the House of Omri (Studies in Biblical Archaeology, Geography, and History) - Greenwood, Kyle R. ; Schreiner, David B. ; Beitzel, Barry J.

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Reconciling biblical and extrabiblical history The extrabiblical testimony surrounding Israel's early history is difficult to assess and synthesize. But numerous sources emerging from the ninth century BC onward invite direct comparison with the biblical account. In Ahab's House of Horrors: A Historiographic Study of the Military Campaigns of the House of Omri, Kyle R. Greenwood and David B. Schreiner examine the historical records of Israel and its neighbors. While Scripture generally gives a bleak depiction of the Omride dynasty, extrabiblical evidence appears to tell another story. Inscriptions and archeological evidence portray a period of Israelite geopolitical influence and cultural sophistication. Rather than simply rejecting one source over another, Greenwood and Schreiner press beyond polarization. They propose a nuanced synthesis by embracing the complex dynamics of ancient history writing and the historical difficulties that surround the Omride dynasty. Ahab's House of Horrors is an important contribution to the ongoing discussion of biblical historiography and, specifically, to our understanding of 1-2 Kings and the Omride family.

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