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Daily Archives: January 24, 2010
Rephaim, Undeceptive Deception, Suffering
1. I read Patrick Miller’s “Aspects of the Religion of Ugarit” in Ancient Israelite Religion. Miller is discussing texts from second-millennium B.C.E. Syria-Palestine. His comments on the Ugaritic cult of the dead on page 63 stood out to me: The key … Continue reading
Struggles with I Kings 11
I just finished my quiet time on I Kings 11. I’m a little full right now—physically, that is—because I went to the Indian buffet earlier this afternoon. So I’m stuffed and sleepy and lazy. But I’ll try to keep this … Continue reading
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