Reading Hebrew Thought vs Greek
Just picked up Hebrew Thought Compared with Greek, by Boman. First impression is that he has a classically 1800s perception of the nation and a race, second impression is that he's arguing based on essentially a a strong Sapir-Whorf hypothesis, third is that he's inadequately educated archeologically.
All that said. I'll be chewing through it over the next few weeks. Comparing Greek philosophy with Hebrew thought as laid out in the Tanakh should, at the least, be entertaining.