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Daily Archives: February 9, 2011
Glimmers of Hope
In W.E.B. Du Bois’ The Souls of Black Folk, I read two essays: “Of the Passing of the First-born,” and “Of Alexander Crummell.” In the first essay, Du Bois writes emotionally about the death of his infant son. On page … Continue reading
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Some Source Criticism on Exodus 19, 24, and 34
For today’s write-up of Volume I of Gerhard Von Rad’s Old Testament Theology, I want to discuss something that Von Rad says on page 189, in a footnote: “The source E dominates the picture of the events at Sinai (Ex. … Continue reading