Robert L. Hubbard Jr. is professor emeritus of biblical literature at North Park Theological Seminary, Chicago, general editor of the New International Commentary on the Old Testament series, and author of the award-winning NICOT volume on Ruth. J. Andrew Dearman is professor of Old Testament at Fuller Theological Seminary, associate dean at Fuller's regional campus in Houston, Texas, and author of the NICOT volume on Hosea.
-- Regent College
"This well-written and beautifully produced volume will be of enormous help to serious Bible readers who desire to dive deeper into their most ancient Scriptures. I commend it warmly." Nancy L. deClaisse-Walford
-- McAfee School of Theology
"A breath of fresh air. . . . Can proudly and uniquely take its place among the Old Testament introductions in the marketplace today." Brent A. Strawn
-- Emory University
"This highly useful and highly usable volume from two gifted teachers and first-rate scholars is readable, up-to-date, and packed with helpful features--illustrations, charts, reading questions, programmatic texts, a glossary, and much more." Mark J. Boda
-- McMaster Divinity College
"A wise guidebook from two scholars with a balanced critical and confessional perspective who have devoted their lives to orienting students to the world, text, and relevance of the Old Testament." Sandra Richter
-- Westmont College
"In this compilation of a lifetime of teaching and research, augmented by discussion questions and beautiful images, Robert Hubbard and Andrew Dearman offer their encyclopedic knowledge of the text of the Old Testament." Stephen Breck Reid
-- Truett Theological Seminary
"Dearman and Hubbard have together produced a new introduction to the Old Testament with accessible prose, beautiful pictures, charts, tables, and maps that present the data in engaging ways. . . . When it comes to what I look for in an introduction, this one checks all the boxes." David Firth
-- Trinity College Bristol
"With a winning combination of hermeneutical insight, critical awareness, and theological sensitivity, Dearman and Hubbard have produced an outstanding volume that amply fulfills the goal of introducing readers to the Old Testament. Those using this book will find themselves in the hands of skilled teachers who enable them to read the Old Testament more effectively and to appreciate its abiding significance."