B 75 Genesis 1–11 in its Ancient Context (2015)

The opening chapters of Genesis are some of the most significant and theologically rich in all the Bible. Yet they are often misread or misused for ideological purposes.

This thoughtful study offers a careful reading of the text in its own terms, drawing out its significance in its context and highlighting its importance for ours.
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Author: Robert Gordon

Robert Gordon studied Hebrew and Aramaic at Cambridge. His PhD (also from Cambridge) was written on the Targum to the Twelve Prophets. His first teaching post was at the University of Glasgow, whence he returned to Cambridge in 1979. His research interests include the Hebrew text and ancient versions of the Old Testament.

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