Theory will always color the outcome of the analysis of texts, including the Old Testament. This is evident in two new important books by Kenneth Kitchen and William Dever addressing the historical reliability of the Old Testament.
Bryan D. Estelle is a minister in the Orthodox Presbyterian Church and associate professor of Old Testament at Westminster Seminary California in Escondido. He is recently the author of Salvation through Judgment and Mercy: The Gospel According to Jonah, and editor and contributor to The Law is Not of Faith: Essays on Works and Grace in the Mosaic Covenant.
Issue: "Peace on Earth" Nov./Dec. 2004 Vol. 13 No. 6 Page number(s): 40-41
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