Sword of YHWH: The Human Use of Divine Weapons in the Ancient Near East and the Hebrew Bible
Talbot School of Theology
John H. Walton is a significant voice in Old Testament studies, who has influenced many scholars in this field as well as others. This volume is an acknowledgment from his students of Walton’s role as a teacher, scholar, and mentor. Each essay is offered by scholars (and former students) working in a range of fields—from Old and New Testament studies to archaeology and theology. They are offered as a testimony and tribute to Walton’s prolific career.”
Walton, John H., 1952- -- Knowledge and learning; Bible -- Hermeneutics; Biblical cosmology
For us, but not to us : essays on creation, covenant, and context in honor of John H. Walton
Trimm, Charlie (2020). Sword of YHWH: The Human Use of Divine Weapons in the Ancient Near East and the Hebrew Bible. For us, but not to us : essays on creation, covenant, and context in honor of John H. Walton. Eugene: Pickwick Publications,.