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Bryan Howard Cribb

Bryan H. Cribb has served since 2006 as assistant professor of Christianity at Brewton-Parker College in Mt. Vernon, Georgia. With specialties in Old Testament theology and language, Cribb has written articles for numerous periodicals, and preaches and teaches regularly in local churches. He holds an M.Div. and Ph.D. in Old Testament Theology from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Ky.

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Speaking on the Brink of Sheol

Form and Message of Old Testament Death Stories
ISBN: 978-1-4632-0375-7
Since its inception at the beginning of the twentieth century, form criticism has diminished in popularity and use in recent years. Bryan H. Cribb’s studies demonstrates that, if appropriately modified, form criticism still has much to add to Old Testament studies. Using a synchronic and inductive approach to the text, Cribb engages in a form critical study of nine “death stories” in the Old Testament. In so doing, he not only provides substantial support for the existence of this genre, but he also shows how remarkably fruitful such a study can be in revealing the messages of these accounts.
$118.00

Speaking on the Brink of Sheol

Form and Message of Old Testament Death Stories
ISBN: 978-1-60724-671-8
Since its inception at the beginning of the twentieth century, form criticism has diminished in popularity and use in recent years. Bryan H. Cribb’s studies demonstrates that, if appropriately modified, form criticism still has much to add to Old Testament studies. Using a synchronic and inductive approach to the text, Cribb engages in a form critical study of nine “death stories” in the Old Testament. In so doing, he not only provides substantial support for the existence of this genre, but he also shows how remarkably fruitful such a study can be in revealing the messages of these accounts.
$103.20