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by David Merling

Author: David Merling
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Language: English
Publisher: Inst of Archaeology Horn (April 1, 1997)
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To Understand the Scriptures book.

To Understand the Scriptures book. A tribute to the academic and professional career of William. Authors include Gudmundur Olafsson, David Merling, Larry G. Herr, A tribute to the academic and professional career of William H. Shea, this festschrift incorporates articles from 25 of his colleagues, friends and former students. Topical sections range from the Hebrew Scriptures and the Book of Daniel to the Greek Scriptures, archaeology, and studies.

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To Understand the Scriptures. Essays in Honor of William H. Published April 1997 by Inst of Archaeology Horn.

To understand the Scriptures : essays in honor of William H. THE BOOK OF JOSHUA: ITS THEME AND USE IN DISCUSSIONS OF THE ISRAELITE CONQUEST AND SETTLEMENT AND THE RELATIONSHIP OF ARCHAEOLOGY AND THE BIBLE by David Meriing, Sr. Adviser William H. She. More).

Institute of Archaeology Siegfried H. Horn Archaeological Museum Andrews University Berrien Springs, MI 49104-0990. The book was prepared by the Archaeological Publication Department of the Andrews University Institute of Archaeology under the direction of Ralph E. Hendrix with the technical assistance of Philip R. Drey. Front cover photograph 0 1997 by Dave B. Sherwin

The authors approach the biblical books from an evangelical perspective. Merling, David, ed. To Understand the Scriptures: Essays in Honor of WilliamH.

The authors approach the biblical books from an evangelical perspective. In their general introductions to each biblical book they examine such issues as its date, genre, theology, and other background, and briefly outline and analyze the book's themes and contents. Berrien Springs, MI: Institute of Archaeology, 1997.

To Understand the Scriptures Essays in Honor of William H. William Foy was a black Freewill Baptist Millerite preacher who experienced two visions about the Second Coming of Christ and published this record of them in 1845

To Understand the Scriptures Essays in Honor of William H. David Merling (E. Topics in this festschrift range from the Hebrew Scriptures and the book of Daniel to the Greek Scriptures, archaeology, and studies. William Foy was a black Freewill Baptist Millerite preacher who experienced two visions about the Second Coming of Christ and published this record of them in 1845. These visions were similar to early ones experienced by Ellen G. (Harmon) White who later became one of the founders of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

16 S. Douglas Waterhouse, Why Was Darius the Mede Expunged from History? in To Understand the Scriptures: Essays in Honor of William H. Shea, ed. David Merling (Berrien Springs, MI: Andrews University Institute of Archeology, 1997), 173-89. Waterhouse proposes that Cyrus was vilified by Darius Hystaspes and his successors, who were from a different royal lineage, and that this explains the distortion of the Cyrus story in many historical documents.

6 See especially, Richard M. Davidson, The Chiastic Literary Structure of the Book of Ezekiel, in To Understand the Scriptures: Essays in Honor of William H. David Merling (Berrien Springs: The Institute of d Horn Archaeological Museum, 1997). David Merling (Berrien Springs: The Institute of d Horn Archaeological Museum, 1997), 7193.

A tribute to the academic and professional career of William H. Shea, this festschrift incorporates articles from 25 of his colleagues, friends and former students. Topical sections range from the Hebrew Scriptures and the Book of Daniel to the Greek Scriptures, archaeology, and Biblical-theological studies. Authors include Gudmundur Olafsson, David Merling, Larry G. Herr, Gerald A. Klingbeil, Merling Alomia, David A. Doresy, Richard M. Davidson, Samuel Nunez, Angel Manuel Rodriguez, Edwin M. Yamauchi, Roy Gane, Donn W. Leatherman, Dalton D. Baldwin, S. Douglas Waterhouse, Norman R. Gulley, Zdravko Stefanovic, Paul J. Ray, Jr., Steven Thompson, Robert K. McIver, Norman H. Young, Bryant G. Wood, Randall W. Younker, Robert M. Johnston, Ron du Preez and Daegeuk Nam. General and scriptural indices included.