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Daily Archives: November 24, 2009
Yesterday, I finished Mark Smith’s The Origins of Biblical Monotheism and started Moshe Weinfeld’s Social Justice in Ancient Israel and the Ancient Near East. 1. For Smith’s book, what stood out to me was his discussion of the conception of … Continue reading