Daily Archives: July 2, 2010

Inspiration from the West Wing, Highway to Heaven, and John Adams

My blog posts this week have been rather perfunctory, largely because I’m tired when I come home from work!  But, believe it or not, I have been inspired by some things this week.  Here are three things that I saw … Continue reading

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Limited Government; My People

1.  In Rolf Rendtorff’s The Old Testament: An Introduction, something on page 44 stood out to me: The problem of relationships between Israelite and Canaanite traditions also perhaps underlies the narrative of Naboth’s vineyard.  Ahab wants to buy a piece … Continue reading

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Why the Lack of Evidence?; the Therapeutae

1.  In Rolf Rendtorff’s The Old Testament: An Introduction, the following passage on page 38 stood out to me: The historical reconstruction of the history of the period of the monarchy has to be based almost exclusively on the Old … Continue reading

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