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Author:
Thompson
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978-9004119437
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9004119434
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Brill (August 18, 2000)
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Middle East
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The indigenous nature of the Israelite people has roots that lead back to the late Neolithic period. His book is a work of tremendous scholarship. This book is a major contribution to the current discussion of the origins and history of Israel by one of the leading participants.

The indigenous nature of the Israelite people has roots that lead back to the late Neolithic period. The Iron I period is not the period in which the origins of Israel are to be sought. Rich Johnson, Southwestern Journal of Theology, 1996.

Home Browse Books Book details, Early History of the Israelite People . Place of publication: Boston. Publication year: 2000.

Home Browse Books Book details, Early History of the Israelite People: From the. Early History of the Israelite People: From the Written and Archaeological Sources. By Thomas L. Thompson. Thompson argues that none of the traditional models for the origin of biblical Israel in terms of conquest, peaceful settlement, or revolution are viable. The development of the ethnic concept of biblical Israel finds its context in history first at the time of the Persian renaissance.

Thomas Thompson has written a remarkable book. a stimulating, often outrageous book. J. D. Muhly, Shofar, 1994. This book is a major contribution to the current discussion of the origins and history of Israel by one of the leading participants

Thomas Thompson has written a remarkable book. Thomas L. Thompson, is Associate Professor of Old Testament, Marquette University in Milwaukee, and author of The Historicity of the Patriarchal Narratives (1974)

Leiden: E. Brill, 1992. 5. Thompson, Th. GonÇalves, F. and J. M. van Cangh, Toponymie palestinienne.

Leiden: E. xv, 489 pp. Anson F. Rainey (a1). Plaine de St. Jean d' Acre et Corridor de Jérusalem, Publications de l'lnstitute Orientaliste de Louvain 37 (Louvain-la-Neuve: Université Catholique de Louvain Institute Orientaliste, 1988). 7. Knauf, E. War 'Biblisch-Hebräisch' eine Sprache? Zeitschrift für Althebraistik 3 (1990): 11–23

Thompson argues that none of the traditional models for the origin of biblical Israel in terms of conquest, peaceful settlement, or revolution are viable. The indigenous nature of the Israelite people has roots that lead back to the late Neolitic period

Thompson argues that none of the traditional models for the origin of biblical Israel in terms of conquest, peaceful settlement, or revolution are viable. The indigenous nature of the Israelite people has roots that lead back to the late Neolitic period.

Start by marking Early History of the Israelite People: From . Published August 18th 2000 by Brill Academic Publishers (first published January 1st 1994).

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Thompson argues that none of the traditional models for the origin of biblical Israel in terms of conquest, peaceful settlement, or revolution are viable.

Israelite People : From the Written and Archaeological Sources.

Early History of the Israelite People : From the Written and Archaeological Sources.

This is a groundbreaking book on the origins of Israel, taking into account the contexts of geography, anthropology, and sociology, and drawing on a careful analysis of archaeological and written evidence. Thompson argues that none of the traditional models for the origin of biblical Israel in terms of conquest, peaceful settlement, or revolution are viable. The ninth and eighth century BC State of Israel is a product of the Mediterranean economy. The development of the ethnic concept of biblical Israel finds its context in history first at the time of the Persian renaissance. The volume presents a clear historical context and an interpretative matrix for the Bible.