Jason M. Silverman is an independent scholar. He holds an M.A. from University College Dublin and a Ph.D. from Trinity College Dublin. He has edited several books and is the author of "Persepolis and Jerusalem."
The narrative of Noah’s flood in Genesis draws perennial interest from scholars and the general public. Too often, however, historical and exegetical studies of the text, the story’s reception, and discussion of theological appropriation remain aloof from each other, if not at odds. This volume takes the influential nature of the flood story as an ideal opportunity to bring some of these methods into dialogue.
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