Daily Archives: August 24, 2010

Rosenbaum on the Suffering Servant; Soloveitchik on Medicine

1.  In Bringing the Hidden to Light, I read Michael Rosenbaum’s “‘You Are My Servant’: Ambiguity and Deutero-Isaiah.”  Before I discuss his article, I have a question.  Wasn’t the guy who played Lex Luthor on Smallville named “Michael Rosenbaum”? This … Continue reading

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Scribes and Scholars 1; How Many Plagues?

1.  At the Hebrew Union College library today, I read the first 86 pages of L.D. Reynolds’ Scribes and Scholars.  Reynolds talks about the Alexandrian method of text criticism, which marked with an obelos the parts of a text that … Continue reading

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