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Henry Hanoch Abramovitch. The First Father, Abraham: The Psychology and Culture of A Spiritual Revolutionary. Lanham, MD: University Press of America. 1994. 192pp.

Florence Anne Marvyne Bauer. Abram, Son of Terah. Indianapolis, IN: Bobbs-Merrill Co.. 1948. 406pp.

W. J. Deane. Abraham: His Life and Times. New York City: F.H. Revell Co.. 1888. 179pp.

Bruce S. Feiler. Abraham: A Journey to the Heart of Three Faiths. New York City: W. Morrow. 2002. 224pp.

Terence E. Fretheim. Abraham: Trials of Family and Faith. Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina Press. 2007. 262pp.

Dorothy Black Hill. Abraham: His Heritage and Ours. Boston, MA: Beacon Press. 1957. 208pp.

David Klinghoffer. The Discovery of God: Abraham and the Birth of Monotheism. New York City: Doubleday. 2003. 348pp.

Karl-Josef Kuschel. Abraham: Sign of Hope for Jews, Christians, and Muslims. New York City: Continuum. 1995. 286pp.

Shari L. Lowin. The Making of A Forefather: Abraham in Islamic and Jewish Exegetical Narratives. Boston, MA: Brill. 2006. 308pp.

F. B. Meyer. Abraham, or, The Obedience of Faith. New York City: F.H. Revell Co.. 1890. 205pp.

Amos W. Miller. Abraham, Friend of God: An Ethical Biography of the Founder of the Jewish People. Middle Village, NY: J. David. 1973. 213pp.

John Van Seters. Abraham in History and Tradition. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press. 1975. 335pp.

Sir Leonard Woolley. Abraham: Recent Discoveries and Hebrew Origins. London, UK: Faber and Faber. 1936. 299pp.


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