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Daily Archives: January 18, 2010
Martin Luther King’s Workfare Proposal
I read more of Steven Weitzman’s Song and Story in Biblical Narrative. On pages 66-67, Weitzman compares Hanna’s song after the birth of Samuel (I Samuel 2:1-10) with Mary’s Magnificat in Luke 1:46-55. Actually, he brings other things into the … Continue reading
Desperate Housewives, Brothers and Sisters, King Movies
Was anyone else excited to see Daphne from Frasier on Desperate Housewives tonight—as Tom and Lynette’s therapist? Okay, she didn’t play Daphne, but it’s ironic that she’s a therapist, the same job as her husband on Frasier. I thought it was … Continue reading
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Exodus 14-15 and Piya, Why Ecclesiastes and Job?, Original Sin
1. I’m continuing to read Steven Weitzman’s Song and Story in Biblical Narrative. Weitzman refers to the scholarly argument that the “Song of the Sea” in Exodus 15 “contains motifs used in Egyptian royal propaganda to represent the king’s military … Continue reading
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