Donald Gowan offers a unified reading of the prophetic books, showing that each has a distinctive contribution to make to a central theme. These books—Isaiah through Malachi—respond to three key moments in Israel's history: the end of the Northern Kingdom in 722 BCE, the end of the Southern Kingdom in 587 BCE, and the beginning of the restoration from the Babylonian exile in 538 BCE. Gowan traces the theme of death and resurrection throughout these accounts, finding a symbolic message of particular significance to Christian interpreters of the Bible.
- The Wisdom of the Serpent : The Myths of Death, Rebirth, and Resurrection.
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- The Foundations of the Theology of Judaism: Israel Part III : An Anthology
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- Platonic Theology: Books XV-XVI v. 5
- After We Die : Theology, Philosophy, and the Question of Life after Death
- Winning a Debate with an Israel-Hater : How to Effectively Challenge Anti-Israel Extremists in Your Neighborhood
- Israel First! : The Key to Understanding the Blood Moons, Shemitah, Promises to Israel, the Coming Jubilee, and How It All Fits Together