Strengthening Biblical Historicity vis-à-vis Minimalism, 1992–2008, Part 1: Introducing a Bibliographic Essay in Five Parts

@article{Mykytiuk2010StrengtheningBH,
  title={Strengthening Biblical Historicity vis-{\`a}-vis Minimalism, 1992–2008, Part 1: Introducing a Bibliographic Essay in Five Parts},
  author={Lawrence J. Mykytiuk},
  journal={Journal of Religious \& Theological Information},
  year={2010},
  volume={9},
  pages={71 - 83}
}
  • Lawrence J. Mykytiuk
  • Published 25 November 2010
  • Philosophy
  • Journal of Religious & Theological Information
This is the first in a series of five articles that cover one aspect of a debate in biblical and ancient Near Eastern studies. In question is the historical reliability of the Hebrew Bible (Old Testament). Historical/biblical minimalism, the side in the debate that finds the Hebrew Bible almost completely unreliable as a source for history, has already received substantial bibliographic treatment. Therefore, this series attempts to provide balance by covering the literature in support of… 
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