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Daily Archives: September 24, 2008
What follows are some quotes on the impact of Hellenism on local cultures. I may touch on this subject again in the future. 1. Elias Bickerman, The God of the Maccabees (Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1979). “The ‘gymnasium,’ i.e., the sports-stadium, … Continue reading
In my opinion, Job and Tobit are figures whose suffering made them care about other people. What do I mean by that? Didn’t they already care for others? Wasn’t Job an advocate for the poor and oppressed (Job 30-31)? Did … Continue reading