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  • By BAP Reviews
    Oct 4, 2017
    REVIEW FROM ' THE EXPOSITORY TIMES' 127(4) January 2016, BY DR KURTIS PETERS, UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA: 'Rogerson’s Legacy...' J W Rogerson and the young Beauchief Abbey Press have collaborated for yet another intriguing volume, this time a collection of Rogerson’s academic essays pertaining, quite broadly, to biblical studies. Though one would rightly be glad for the new opportunity to access these essays in one place, this is not all that is new about the volume. Rogerson has also translated many of his essays, originally in German, into English, and has moreover offered one new, previously unpublished essay, ‘Post-Modernism and Old Testament Studies: An Attempt at a Balance Sheet’. For most readers, both students and scholars alike, reading Rogerson’s essays will delight and provoke. His writing is engaging, his questions unrelenting, and his conclusions straightforwardly reasonable. His scholarship has his readers looking both ways, both firmly rooted in the history of... More > interpretation, and peering forward, as in the Post-Modernism essay mentioned above. This is undoubtedly a welcome contribution to biblical scholarship in both its breadth of scope and depth of insight.< Less
  • By Richard Parry
    Aug 10, 2016
    REVIEW BY PROFESSOR JOHN BARTON, UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD, publd in Church Times, 15 September 2015. John Rogerson is an Old Testament scholar of amazing learning, versatility, and skill in exposition, notable also for his commitment to applying biblical insights to the demands of the modern world. This large volume consists of his most significant papers over a span of about 40 years … This is a magnificent collection, forthright, and yet also subtle and sophisticated. No-one seriously interested in the Bible can afford to miss it. REVIEW BY PROFESSOR R W L MOBERLY, UNIVERSITY OF DURHAM, in The Society for Old Testament Study Book List 2016. R[ogerson] ranges more widely, and questions more searchingly, than most Old Testament scholars, and he is unfailingly lucid. This is a collection of exceptional value. REVIEW BY DR KURTIS PETERS, UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA, in The Expository Times, 127(4) January 2016. [Entitled] 'Rogerson's Legacy'. J W Rogerson and the young Beauchief Abbey... More > Press have collaborated for yet another intriguing volume, this time a collection of Rogerson’s academic essays pertaining, quite broadly, to biblical studies … Though one would rightly be glad for the new opportunity to access these essays in one place, this is not all that is new about the volume. Rogerson has also translated many of his essays, originally in German, into English, and has moreover offered one new, previously unpublished essay, ‘Post-Modernism and Old Testament Studies: An Attempt at a Balance Sheet’. For most readers, both students and scholars alike, reading Rogerson’s essays will delight and provoke. His writing is engaging, his questions unrelenting, and his conclusions straightforwardly reasonable. His scholarship has his readers looking both ways, both firmly rooted in the history of interpretation, and peering forward, as in the Post-Modernism essay mentioned above. This is undoubtedly a welcome contribution to biblical scholarship in both its breadth of scope and depth of insight.< Less
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Product Details

ISBN
9780957684133
Edition
First Edition
Publisher
Beauchief Abbey Press
Published
January 8, 2015
Language
English
Pages
734
Binding
Hardcover (casewrap)
Interior Ink
Black & white
Weight
2.29 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6 wide x 9 tall
Product ID
21987862
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