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This front matter section of the book Studies in the Religion of Ancient Israel contains the table of contents. Since the discovery and decipherment of the hieroglyphic and cuneiform documents, it has been known that there are many points of close similarity between Biblical religion and the religions of the ancient Near East. On the other hand, Biblical religion claims to be unique, and it is obvious that the religion of Israel as a totality is different from each of those religions. The main difficulty is to find a method to evaluate the various points of similarity and at the same time do justice to the specific character of each religion.

Keywords: ancient Israel; ancient Near East; Biblical religion



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