Oxford Biblical Studies Online trial

Job and His Friends, by Gustave Doré, 1832 - 1883, French. Engraving for the Bible. 1870, Art, Artist, Holy Book, Religion, Religious, Christianity, Christian, Romanticism, Colour, Color EngravingTrial access to Oxford Biblical Studies Online is currently available from Oxford University Press.

Oxford Biblical Studies Online brings together a range of authoritative Bible texts, up-to-date scholarly commentary, and reference materials for a wide range of research and study activities, and contains the full text of six Bibles from a variety of denominations and the apocryphal texts from both the Old and New Testaments. To help guide readers through this wide range of biblical material, it also includes the Oxford Bible Commentary which provides line-by-line analysis for all the biblical texts, two biblical concordances, and numerous chaptered works that provide historical and cultural context such as How to Read the Bible and The Illustrated History of the Bible. Also included are traditional reference sources such as the Oxford Bible Dictionary, the Oxford Bible Atlas, and two encyclopedias in their entirety—the acclaimed Encyclopedia of the Dead Sea Scrolls and the five-volume Oxford Encyclopedia of Archaeology in the Near East.

To access the collection, point your browser to:
http://libezproxy.syr.edu/login?url=http://www.oxfordbiblicalstudies.com

Feedback is welcome. Comments may be sent to Barbara Opar at baopar@syr.edu.

Trial access is available through September 26, 2014.

Please note: Limited access to this resource is provided courtesy of the publisher/vendor for the purpose of evaluating the product and its potential value to the SU community.

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