Authoring the Old Testament: The Prophets
Part of our Contemporary Studies in Scripture series
For the last two centuries, biblical scholars have made discoveries and insights about the Old Testament that have greatly changed the way in which the authorship of these ancient scriptures have been understood. In the second of three volumes spanning the entire Hebrew Bible, David Bokovoy dives into the histories and prophets, showing what textual criticism has led biblical scholars today to understand of these books of the Bible, and what implications those have for Latter-day Saint understandings of the Bible and modern scripture.
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About the Author:
David Bokovoy holds a PhD in Hebrew Bible and the Ancient Near East and an MA in Near Eastern and Judaic Studies both from Brandeis University. He received his BA from Brigham Young University, majoring in History and minoring in Near Eastern Studies. In addition to his work in Mormon studies, David has published articles on the Hebrew Bible in a variety of academic venues including the Journal of Biblical Literature, Vetus Testamentum, Studies in the Bible and Antiquity, and the FARMS Review. He is the co-author of the book Testaments: Links Between the Book of Mormon and the Hebrew Bible. The father of four children Kate, Rebekah, Joshua, and Madelyn, David is married to the former Carolyn Bird. He currently teaches courses in Bible and Mormon Studies at the University of Utah.
ISBN 978-1-58958-663-5 (paperback)