Otto Eissfeldt

Otto Eißfeldt, spelled alternatively Otto Eissfeldt, (September 1, 1887, in Northeim – April 23, 1973, in Halle) was a German Protestant theologian, known for his work on the Old Testament and comparative near-east religious history. His magisterial 860-page ''The Old Testament: An Introduction'' (1934, 1965), giving a detailed literary-critical assessment of the history of the formation of each part of the Old Testament on the basis of the documentary hypothesis, has been called the "best of its kind". Provided by Wikipedia
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by Eissfeldt, Otto, 1887-1973
Published 1955
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by Eissfeldt, Otto, 1887-1973
Published 1957
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by Eissfeldt, Otto, 1887-1973
Published 1951
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by Eissfeldt, Otto, 1887-1973
Published 1928
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by Eissfeldt, Otto, 1887-1973
Published 1953
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by Eissfeldt, Otto, 1887-1973
Published 1958
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Published 1951
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Published 1935
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by Eissfeldt, Otto, 1887-1973.
Published 1956
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by Eissfeldt, Otto, 1887-1973,
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by Eissfeldt, Otto, 1887-1973
Published 1935
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by Eissfeldt, Otto, 1887-1973
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by Eissfeldt, Otto, 1887-1973
Published 1957
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