This Cambridge Elements series publishes original concise volumes on monotheism and its significance. Monotheism has occupied inquirers since the time of the Biblical patriarchs, and it continues to attract interdisciplinary academic work today. Engaging, current, and concise (20,000–30,000 words), the volumes will benefit teachers, researchers, and advanced students in religious studies, Biblical studies, theology, philosophy of religion, and related fields.
General Editors: Paul Moser, Loyola University, Chicago; Chad Meister, Bethel College, Indiana
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