Old Testament Theologies

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Tim Finlay | Forum Activity | Posted: Thu, Aug 25 2016 9:50 PM

Here are the Old Testament Theologies included in Logos's Biblical Theology Cross-References: Dataset Documentation


• Anderson, Bernhard W., Contours of Old Testament Theology
• Brueggemann, Walter, Old Testament Theology: Essays on Structure, Theme, and Text
• Brueggemann, Walter, The Covenanted Self: Explorations in Law and Covenant
• Brueggemann, Walter, Theology of the Old Testament: Testimony, Dispute, Advocacy
• Childs, Brevard S., Old Testament Theology in a Canonical Context
• Dumbrell, William J., The Faith of Israel: A Theological Survey of the Old Testament
• Goldingay, John, Old Testament Theology, Volume 1: Israel’s Gospel
• Goldingay, John, Old Testament Theology, Volume 2: Israel’s Faith
• Goldingay, John, Old Testament Theology, Volume 3: Israel’s Life
• Hasel, Gerhard, Old Testament Theology: Basic Issues in the Current Debate
• Hinson, David F., Theology of the Old Testament
• House, Paul R., Old Testament Theology
• Kessler, John, Old Testament Theology: Divine Call and Human Response
• Mills, Mary, Joshua to Kings: History, Story, Theology
• Moberly, R. W. L., At the Mountain of God: Story and Theology in Exodus 32–34
• Moberly, R. W. L., Old Testament Theology: Reading the Hebrew Bible as Christian Scripture
• Oehler, Gustav Friedrich; Day, George, Theology of the Old Testament
• Rogerson, John W., A Theology of the Old Testament: Cultural Memory, Communication, and Being Human
• Vos, Geerhardus, The Eschatology of the Old Testament
• Waltke, Bruce K.; Yu, Charles, An Old Testament Theology: An Exegetical, Canonical, and Thematic Approach
• Zuck, Roy B.; Merrill, Eugene H.; Bock, Darrell L., A Biblical Theology of the Old Testament


Rick Brannan and Peter Venable, Biblical Theology Cross-References: Dataset Documentation (Bellingham, WA: Faithlife, 2015).

On the positive side, there are some important resources here.

However, Logos does not have perhaps the two most influential OT Theologies of the last century: those by Eichrodt and von Rad. Also missing are important OT theologies by Vriezen and Rendtorff. Any of these works would, in addition to its intrinsic value as a Logos resource, substantially improve the Biblical Theology section of the Passage Guide.

Finally, Marvin Sweeney's Tanak: A Theological and Critical Introduction to the Jewish Bible--which is in Logos--should be added to those books that support the Biblical Theology section. Marvin Sweeney was my doctoral advisor. It was my great pleasure to have him guest lecture on an early version of that book in my Old Testament Theology seminar in Azusa Pacific University. Sweeney intended that book as a Jewish Biblical Theology, and he agreed with Brevard Childs' approach that Biblical Theology of the Hebrew Bible is best done using the Jewish Canon as a primary organizing factor. Thus the book doubles as an Introduction to the Hebrew Bible, but it is also a Biblical Theology. Please have it supported by the Biblical Theology section of the Passage Guide.

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