Hebrew Religion to the Establishment of Judaism Under Ezra (Barnes & Noble Digital Library) by William Edward Addis
In chapters discussing primitive forms of Semitic religion, the worship of Jehovah, the influence of settled life in Canaan, the literary prophets, and the prophetic reform, Addis carefully traces the development of the Hebrew religion to the middle of the fifth century BC.
William Edward Addis (1844–1917) was a scholar and author. He left the Church of England, converted to Roman Catholicism, and later renounced his faith and joined the Australian Church. He later returned to the Church of England. He is the co-author of A Catholic Dictionary, Christianity and the Roman Empire, and Documents of the Hexateuch.