Divorce and Remarriage in the Bible Pdf

Divorce and Remarriage in the Bible

Number of page: 355
Author: David Instone-Brewer
Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
ISBN: 9780802849434
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Category: Religion

To many, the New Testament’s teaching on divorce and remarriage seems to be both impractical and unfair. The

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About The Author

David Instone-Brewer is senior research fellow in Rabbinicsand the New Testament at Tyndale House, Cambridge, and amember of the Divinity Faculty at the University ofCambridge and the British Association of Jewish Studies.His other books include Divorce and Remarriage in theBible: The Social and Literary Context (Eerdmans).

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