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Daily Archives: June 11, 2010
Peshat; A Silent God; Interdepartmental Feuds; Hearing from God through Midrash
1. I read Raphael Loewe’s “The ‘Plain’ Meaning of Scripture in Early Jewish Exegesis”. Loewe’s argument is that peshat in early Jewish exegesis did not mean the same thing as peshat in medieval Jewish exegesis. Medieval peshat was influenced by … Continue reading
Moshe Greenberg; Suffering Servant; Relevance
1. Was the late Moshe Greenberg a conservative, a liberal, or something in between? Today, I read the introduction to his commentary, Ezekiel 1-20. On pages 14-15, he details the prophecies of Ezekiel that did not come to pass. According … Continue reading