This book is a logical study of 'sudden' and 'suddenly' in the Old and the New Testament by a renowned scholar on the subject. Discussion includes the events surrounding the usage of this vocabulary as well as the import behind the variations involved. David Daube (1909-1999) was a world renowned biblical law scholar. He was a fellow at All Souls College at Oxford, and emeritus professor of law at Oxford as well as emeritus professor of law at University of California, Berkeley. Throughout his life and continuing today, scholars have hailed his important research on Roman law, biblical law, Hebraic Law, and ethics.