These two volumes by Rabbi David J. Zucker provide an in depth look into the Neviim and Ketuvim of the Hebrew Bible. Gain scholarly insights into the rabbinic perspective with a thorough examination of each biblical book—including its historical context—including guidance on textual study.
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David J. Zucker is a rabbi and author of four previous books, including The Torah: An Introduction for Christians and Jews. Zucker publishes and lectures extensively in the areas of Bible, American Jewish literature, and chaplaincy. A popular speaker, he has made presentations in North America, Israel, and Europe.