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Daily Archives: January 11, 2010
1. I’m still in Othmar Keel’s Symbolism in Ancient Israel. What I’m going to comment on today is a topic on pages 201-202. There are Psalms in which Yahweh is intimately involved in the birth of the Psalmist. God shaped … Continue reading
1. I’m continuing to make my way through Omar Keel’s Symbolism of the Biblical World. Something I’ve wondered as I’ve gone through the book is this: How do the Psalms of other cultures address social injustice? In the Book of … Continue reading