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  • acrostic (A-Z entry)

    a poetic form in which the first letter of each new line or series of lines within a larger group follows the order ...

    Source: Oxford Biblical Studies Online

  • The Book of Job (Chapters)

    Source: pageId="iii"The Catholic Study Bible

  • The Book of Lamentations (Chapters)

    Source: pageId="iii"The Catholic Study Bible

  • The Book of Proverbs (Chapters)

    Source: pageId="iii"The Catholic Study Bible

  • The Book of Psalms (Chapters)

    Source: pageId="iii"The Catholic Study Bible

  • bulla (A-Z entry)

    a clay seal with the impression of a signet ring or other symbol of authority.

    Source: Oxford Biblical Studies Online

  • Coins with Musical Instruments. (Image) This result contains an image

    Source: The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Books of the Bible

  • homily (A-Z entry)

    a sermon

    Source: Oxford Biblical Studies Online

  • Introduction (Chapters)

    A brief narrative informs the reader that the hero is subjected to a divine test as a means of ascertaining whether or not he ...

    Source: The Oxford Bible Commentary

  • Introduction (Chapters)

    A. Author and Date. Most of this book takes the form of a monologue, spoken by a character called ‘(the) Qoheleth’ (‘the Teacher’): its ...

    Source: The Oxford Bible Commentary

  • Introduction (Chapters)

    A. Subject-Matter and Literary Genre. The English title of the book, Lamentations, sums up very well its subject-matter. As is commonly the case, the ...

    Source: The Oxford Bible Commentary

  • Introduction (Chapters)

    In the Book of Job, a gifted poet and theologian examines the problem of a just God allowing the innocent to suffer. While the ...

    Source: The Oxford Study Bible

  • Introduction (Chapters)

    The Book of Proverbs is a distillate of centuries of Israelite instruction in the home, court, and school. Called by some a foreign body ...

    Source: The Oxford Study Bible

  • Introduction (Chapters)

    This book stands alone in the Hebrew Bible, both in theology and style. It asserts that God and divine ways are inscrutable, and that ...

    Source: The Oxford Study Bible

  • Introduction (Chapters)

    Unique in the Bible, this collection of songs sensitively touches several major chords in the love life of a young man and a maiden. ...

    Source: The Oxford Study Bible

  • Introduction (Chapters)

    This collection of five carefully structured poems is unified by a common theme: lamentation over the fall of Jerusalem and its temple to the ...

    Source: The Oxford Study Bible

  • Introduction (Chapters)

    The book of Job offers a sustained reflection on a single topic—God's governance of the world of human beings. It asks passionately: Is that ...

    Source: The Access Bible

  • Introduction (Chapters)

    Along with other wisdom literature * of the Hebrew Bible (Proverbs and Job), Ecclesiastes offers observations based on human experience; but while Proverbs optimistically ...

    Source: The Access Bible

  • Introduction (Chapters)

    Song of Solomon (Song of Songs or Canticles) is a collection of love poems exchanged between a woman and a man, with occasional remarks ...

    Source: The Access Bible

  • Introduction (Chapters)

    A. Problems of Interpretation. 1. Interpretation of the Psalms is not simple. This will surprise many people, for some of the psalms are the ...

    Source: The Oxford Bible Commentary

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