Critical issues in early Israelite history /
Today, the mainstream opinion is that there was no Conquest, and the Israelites, if they can be identified as a national entity or as a people, did not arrive in Canaan by means of a military conquest. For three days in March 2004, a group of scholars met to consider the state of the question and to...
|Published:||Winona Lake, Ind. : Eisenbrauns, ©2008.|
|Series:||Bulletin for biblical research supplements ;
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