It is axiomatic to any study of religion and clutue that culture shapes religion and religion shapes cultue. This is no less true in the ancient Near Eastern world for the nation of Israel. In Religion and Culture in Ancient Israel, J. Andrew Dearman explores this dynamic interplay in the religion and religious practices of Israel. For anyone wanting to study the living religion of Israel and the culture that is shaped and by which it was itself shaped, Dearman offers a cogent, sane, and thought-provoking inquiry.
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