Charles Foster Kent
Charles Foster Kent, Ph.D. (1867-1925 ) was an American Old Testament scholar, born at Palmyra, New York, and educated at Yale (A.B., 1889; Ph.D., 1891). He studied at the University of Berlin (1891-92).
He became an instructor at the University of Chicago 1893-95 and professor at Brown and at Yale after 1901. His publications include:
- Outlines of Hebrew History (1895)
- A History of the Hebrew People (two volumes, 1896-97; second edition, 1912)
- A History of the Jewish People during the Babylonian, Persian, and Greek Periods (1899)
- The Messages of Israel's Lawgivers (1902, 1911)
- Israel's historical and Biographical Narratives (1905)
- Origin and Permanent Value of the Old Testament (1906, 1912)
- Israel's Laws and Traditional Precedents (1907)
- The Heroes and Crises of Early Hebrew History (1908, 1912)
- The Kings and Prophets of Israel and Judah (1909, 1912)
- The Makers and Teachers of Judaism (1911)
- Biblical Geography and History (1911)
- Life and Teachings of Jesus According to the Earliest Records (1913)
- The Songs, Hymns, and Prayers of the Old Testament (1914)
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