By Eduard Nielsen / SCM Press / 1968
The Ten Commandments constitute the best known and most influential single passage in the whole Old Testament. It is remarkable, therefore, that until recently there have been very few books in English devoted especially to the understanding and interpretation of it and working with full competence withing the recognized methods of modern Old Testament scholarship. This book accomplishes just that, taking a traditio-historical approach to this influential passage.
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Eduard Nielsen was a German New Testament scholar. He is the author of Shechem: A Traditio-Historical Investigation and, with H.H. Rowley, Oral Tradition: A Modern Problem in Old Testament Introduction.