CitationKessler, John and Jeffrey P. Greenman. Teach Me your Paths: Studies in Old Testament Literature and Theology. 1st ed. Toronto: Clements Publishing, 2001.
Table of ContentsDonald A. Leggett : an appreciation / Ian S. Rennie -- Abraham and Isaac in Genesis 22 : hope as the reconciliation of command and promise / Victor Shepherd -- The knowledge of God and of ourselves in Psalm 19 / John A. Vissers -- Making sense of the Biblical portrait : toward an interpretive strategy for the "virtuous wife" in Proverbs 31:10-31 / Barbara M. Leung Lai -- Josephus among his contemporaries : Abraham the philosopher and Josephus' purposes in writing the Antiquities of the Jews / Nancy Calvert-Koyzis -- Does Yahweh take risks? / Terrance Tiessen -- "The most moved mover" : Abraham Heschel's theology of divine pathos / Dennis K.P. Ngien -- "Reading with the Spirit" : interpreting scripture in the light of word and spirit / Mark Husbands -- The significance of scripture in Christian formation / Jeffrey P. Greenman -- Narrative preaching from the Old Testament : the Book of Ruth as a case study / Roy R. Matheson.
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Alternative TitleStudies in Old Testament Literature and Theology