Abraham, Blessing and the Nations: A Philological and Exegetical Study of Genesis 12:3 in Its Narrative Context

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  title={Abraham, Blessing and the Nations: A Philological and Exegetical Study of Genesis 12:3 in Its Narrative Context},
  author={Keith Nigel Gruneberg},
  year={2003}
}
Abraham, Blessing and the Nations: A Philological and Exegetical Study of Genesis 12:3 in Hs Narrative Context, by Keith N. Gruneberg. BZAW 332. Berlin: de Gruyter, 2003. Pp. xii + 296. Hardcover. $94, euro78. ISBN 3110178370. This book is a publication of the author's doctoral dissertation, written at the University of Durham under the supervision of Walter Moberly. It addresses an often overlooked but significant translation problem in Gen 12:3b. Although many, particularly Christian… Expand
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