Item description for Tobit (Commentaries on Early Jewish Literature) by Joseph A. Fitzmyer...
Commentaries on Early Jewish Literature is a new series in English dealing with early Jewish literature between the third century BC and the middle of the second century AD; it is scheduled to encompass a total of 58 volumes. The texts are intended to be interpreted as a textual unity against the background of their particular Jewish and historico-political contexts, with text-based, historical, literary and theological analyses being undertaken. The first volume, by Joseph A. Fitzmyer, is devoted to a commentary on the Book of Tobit (Tobias).
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1" Width: 6.25" Height: 9" Weight: 1.55 lbs.
Release Date Nov 1, 2002
Publisher Walter de Gruyter
ISBN 3110175746 ISBN13 9783110175745
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More About Joseph A. Fitzmyer
Joseph A. Fitzmyer is a Jesuit priest and professor emeritus, Biblical Studies, The Catholic University of America, Washington, DC. He has edited and published numerous books on the New Testament, ancient Aramaic, and the Dead Sea Scrolls, and he has served as president of the Society of Biblical Literature, the Catholic Biblical Association, and the Society for New Testament Study. He lives in Washington, DC.
Joseph A. Fitzmyer currently resides in Washington, in the state of District Of Columbia. Joseph A. Fitzmyer was born in 1952 and has an academic affiliation as follows - Emeritus, Catholic University of America, Washington, DC.
Joseph A. Fitzmyer has published or released items in the following series...
Anchor Yale Bible Commentaries
Semitic Background of the New Testament
Studies in the Dead Sea Scrolls & Related Literature