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The One and the Many in the Israelite Conception of God by Aubrey Johnson

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Publisher: University of Wales Press, 1961
Hardback, with Dust-jacket(unclipped), pp.45

Condition: Used – Good. An ex-library book and has the usual library/used-book markings inside. This book has hardback covers and a tidy but worn dust-jacket. In good all-round condition.

The author maintains that the community lies at the heart of Judaism, and central to the community is God, both as a’Great Spirit’ and as a representation of humanity. This symbolism reaches into every level of Judaic thought.

Aubrey Johnson studied with Theodore Robinson and Otto Eisfeldt. He is the author of numerous works including ‘The Cultic Prophet and Israel’s Psalmody,’ ‘Sacral Kingship in Ancient Israel,’ and ‘The Vitality of the individual in the Thought of Ancient Israel.’

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Weight .222 kg

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