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Warren C. Robertson

Warren Calhoun Robertson is Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies at Gardner-Webb University Divinity School, Boiling Springs, North Carolina. He holds an MDiv degree from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, a ThM degree from Harvard Divinity School, and an MPhil and PhD degrees from Drew University. He teaches primarily in the area of Old Testament/Hebrew Bible.

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Drought, Famine, Plague and Pestilence

Ancient Israel’s Understandings of and Responses to Natural Catastrophes
ISBN: 978-1-4632-0374-0
This interdisciplinary study integrates textual analysis of the Hebrew Bible and comparable ancient Near Eastern material with social theory and archaeology in order to articulate the ancient Israelites' taken-for-granted understandings of natural disasters, their intellectual and theological challenges to those understandings, and their intellectual and theological reconstructions thereof.

Drought, Famine, Plague and Pestilence

Ancient Israel’s Understandings of and Responses to Natural Catastrophes
ISBN: 978-1-59333-649-3
This interdisciplinary study integrates textual analysis of the Hebrew Bible and comparable ancient Near Eastern material with social theory and archaeology in order to articulate the ancient Israelites' taken-for-granted understandings of natural disasters, their intellectual and theological challenges to those understandings, and their intellectual and theological reconstructions thereof.