Exploring the Old Testament – Creation, Covenant, Prophecy, and Kingship

Exploring the Old Testament – Creation, Covenant, Prophecy, and Kingship

In this clear, concise, and accessible book, Andrew Davis provides an excellent introduction to four main themes of the Old Testament: Creation, Covenant, Prophecy, and Kingship.

Product code :853842

ISBN :9781627853842

Author :Andrew R. Davis

Publisher :Twenty-Third Publications

Type :Books

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In this clear, concise, and accessible book, Andrew Davis provides an excellent introduction to four main themes of the Old Testament: Creation, Covenant, Prophecy, and Kingship. By treating these themes in the order in which they appear in the Bible, he traces the story of the Bible itself. And by showing how these themes interconnect and what they meant for the New Testament writers, he gives us all—both new Bible readers and more advanced students—a deeper appreciation for the riches that the Bible offers every time we open its pages.

Andrew R. Davis is an associate professor of Old Testament at the Boston College School of Theology and Ministry. His research focuses on temples in the ancient world and on literary approaches to biblical texts.

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The Adult Faith Formation Library offers a valuable collection of titles that are reliable resources for information, formation and transformation in the Catholic tradition. Whether used in formal educational settings, or in less structured learning communities, each book makes concepts and traditions accessible and understandable. Perfect for:

  • Adults in a faith community who would like to grow through spiritual reading and reflection 
  • Parish/pastoral ministers who seek support in their personal and professional development
  • Pastoral teams or school faculties who desire to enrich or further explore their mission
  • Individuals who want to deepen their own understanding of the faith
Each volume’s user-friendly format provides:

  • An introduction to the topic
  • Four chapters, each designed to be read in one sitting/session
  • Questions for personal reflection and journaling, or for conversation starters in a team or learning community
  • A suggested reading list for further exploration

Author: Andrew R. Davis

96 pages, 5.5” x 8.5”