QUEEN OF SHEBA AND BIBLICAL SCHOLARSHIP

By: LEEMAN, Dr. Bernard

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Queensland Academic Press. 2005. First edition;. pages 253 pages, index, extensive bibliography; illustrated cardcover; mint condition, new book. ISBN-0-9758922-0-8 RARE VERY SCARCE Bernard Leeman is from a Tanzanian background. He holds a Bachelor and Doctorate degrees in African History from London and Bremen Universities and a Masters in Applied Linguistics from Australia. This book is designed to introduce college-level students to Old Testament history and to show that in western Arabia and in the Horn of Africa evidence relating to the Queen of Sheba indicates that the Promised Land was more likely in western Arabia, not in Palestine. He examines evidence connected with the life of the Queen of Sheba, including Sabaean inscriptions on the Ethiopian plateau, aspects of the Ancient West Arabian language, Arabian Judism and geographical references in the Sheba-Menelik cycle of the Ge'ez Kebra Nagast to offer a third alternative to the two conventional theories of the accuracy of the Old Testament accounts. By confirming the veracity of Ethiopian traditions and promoting African and Arabian evidence to provide a solution to the bitter division in Biblical scholarship, this book ranks in its degree of controversy with Martin Bernal's Black Athena and Kamal Salibi's The Bible Came From Arabia. It presents a powerful hypothesis that scholars should address.

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