Introduction to the Old Testament: a liberation perspective

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Orbis Books, 2001 - Religion - 384 pages
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Applying Norman Gottwald's thesis on Israel's origins, Cereski argues that Israel was formed through a process of social revolution, inspired by the memory of runaway slaves and their worship of a God whose cult mandated radical social equality and justice.

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The Bible in the Modern World
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A Modern Look at Biblical Times
17
The Reestablishment of a Jewish Community in Jerusalem
21
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Ceresko is formerly of St. Peter's Pontifical Institute in Bangalore, India. He is Professor of Old Testament at the Divine Word Seminary in Tagaytay City, Philippines.

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