Biblical Scholars who Break into the Lucrative Children’s Book Market. Part 5: Gerhard Kittel
Posted by NT Wrong on June 11, 2008
When I was young, there was one book which had a special place in my heart. That was Gerhard Kittel’s Illustrated Family Bible for the Chosen People. I fondly remember when Grandad Hans, who had fled to South America after World War II, would take me on his knee and read a favourite Bible story of his (usually one from Joshua, I seem to recall).
See also: Today, a number of other bibliobloggers have shared the children’s books that, in part, shaped their lives. The list is available on John Hobbins’ Ancient Hebrew Poetry. Remarkably, nobody else has chosen Gerhard Kittel’s family favourite.
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