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The Jewish Law Annual (review)

The Jewish Law Annual (review) The sixth and fmal chapter outlines Hasel's proposal for a multiplex approach to OT theology. In theory, his proposal is laudable for taking into consideration all the different types of approaches and synthesizing them. However, it remains to be seen whether anyone will be able to carry it out. No doubt numerous fruitful studies on various aspects of OT theology will continue to be published, but incorporating all of them into a unified whole would seem to be a Herculean task. I have used the third edition as a text for seminary classes and found it to be most helpful. I look forward to using this new edition in the future. Christopher W. Mitchell Concordia Seminary St. Louis. MO 63105 THE JEWISH LAW ANNUAL. Vol. 9. Bernard S. Jackson, ed. Pp. 300. New York: Harwood Academic, 1991. Cloth, $65.00. As with previous volumes in this series, the present one, too, is devoted to a symposium on a specific topic: criminal law as it bears specifically on the relationship between husband and wife. This topic occupies Part One of the tripartite volume. Part Two is the "Chronicle" section and is devoted to a survey of "both contemporary developments in http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Hebrew Studies National Association of Professors of Hebrew

The Jewish Law Annual (review)

Hebrew Studies , Volume 33 (1) – Oct 5, 1992

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The sixth and fmal chapter outlines Hasel's proposal for a multiplex approach to OT theology. In theory, his proposal is laudable for taking into consideration all the different types of approaches and synthesizing them. However, it remains to be seen whether anyone will be able to carry it out. No doubt numerous fruitful studies on various aspects of OT theology will continue to be published, but incorporating all of them into a unified whole would seem to be a Herculean task. I have used the third edition as a text for seminary classes and found it to be most helpful. I look forward to using this new edition in the future. Christopher W. Mitchell Concordia Seminary St. Louis. MO 63105 THE JEWISH LAW ANNUAL. Vol. 9. Bernard S. Jackson, ed. Pp. 300. New York: Harwood Academic, 1991. Cloth, $65.00. As with previous volumes in this series, the present one, too, is devoted to a symposium on a specific topic: criminal law as it bears specifically on the relationship between husband and wife. This topic occupies Part One of the tripartite volume. Part Two is the "Chronicle" section and is devoted to a survey of "both contemporary developments in

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Published: Oct 5, 1992

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