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Ancient Israel's Faith and History: An Introduction to the Bible in Context

@inproceedings{Mendenhall2001AncientIF,
  title={Ancient Israel's Faith and History: An Introduction to the Bible in Context},
  author={George E. Mendenhall and Gary A. Herion},
  year={2001}
}
Relying on archeological artifacts and anthropological study, George Mendenhall re-tells the story of Israel's history and faith. While careful not to move beyond the evidence, Mendenhall also provides an account of the theological dimensions of Israel's history. 

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