This bibliography covers Old Testament Prophecy and Apocalyptic. As the Book of Revelation draws extensively on the OT, this work will be a very helpful tool for Revelation students as well. Only essays and books that were considered “significant” have been included.
Introduces readers to the most essential works for students of Old Testament prophecy and apocalyptic literature with an emphasis on English-language titles.
With the proliferation of biblical studies research, it has become difficult for even the most dedicated scholars and students to stay abreast of the available resources. The IBR Bibliographies, produced under the auspices of the Institute for Biblical Research, are designed to guide students and scholars through this maze of literature to the most significant resources for study. In keeping with the intent of the series, Prophecy and Apocalyptic complements and expedites thorough, informed research. This volume introduces readers to the most essential works for students of Old Testament prophecy and apocalyptic literature with an emphasis on English-language titles. Annotations are included for each up-to-date bibliographic reference.
About the authors, according to the publisher:
D. Brent Sandy (PhD, Duke University) is professor and chair of the department of religious studies at Grace College (Winona Lake, Indiana). He is coeditor of Cracking Old Testament Codes: A Guide to Interpreting the Literary Genres of the Old Testament and author of Plowshares and Pruning Hooks: Rethinking the Language of Biblical Prophecy and Apocalyptic.
Daniel M. O’Hare is a PhD student at the University of Notre Dame.
The Institute for Biblical Research provideswith entries that were not included in the printed edition. The on-line edition assumes that users have access to the introductory materiale etc. of the printed edition.
The authors promises that “From time to time, this bibliography will be updated with newly published sources.”
Amazon.com provides access to the Table of Contents and to some sample pages.