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Daily Archives: January 15, 2011
For my weekly quiet time today, I’ll be writing about my study of Psalm 7, which is a Psalm of deliverance. I’ll be looking at four issues: the meaning of Shiggaion, the identity of Cush, the kidneys of Psalm 7:10, … Continue reading
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Greenberg on Exodus 3
I started David Aaron’s Biblical Ambiguities. On pages 92-95, Dr. Aaron discusses Moshe Greenberg’s treatment of the burning bush scene in Exodus 3. According to Greenberg, the fire of the burning bush represents God before Moses—God’s “destructive power” and “dangerous … Continue reading