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Clusters of rally attendees, with biblical literature in hand, approached strangers to ``save them,'' offered love and prayed for the buildings and the grounds.
in Mass Communications and many years of classroom based curriculum experience), Everything About The Bible That You Never Had Time To Look Up: A Condensed Guide to Biblical Literature is a straightforward summary of not only the Bible itself, but many extra-Biblical books.
The essays in this volume were presented over a four-year period at the Annual Meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature.
When an interpreter wants to critique patriarchal tendencies in biblical literature, it is advisable to focus such a critique on what is germane to the interpreter's religious tradition only.
George Kennedy, America's foremost authority on ancient rhetoric, provides accurate, authoritative translations of four handbooks (by Aelius Theon, Hermogenes, Aphthonius Sophistes, and Nicolaus Sophistes) for the teaching of rhetoric in Progymnasmata: Greek Textbooks of Prose Composition and Rhetoric (Society of Biblical Literature, $29.
may have been a crucially formative period for Biblical literature.
Some of the bibliography, for example, seems better designed for the beginning student of biblical literature than for professors.