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Daily Archives: February 22, 2011
“Making Their Beds Before They Could Lie on Them”
In Booker T. Washington’s Up from Slavery, I read Chapter 11, “Making Their Beds Before They Could Lie on Them.” In this chapter, I encountered some of the same themes that I’ve noticed in previous chapters—only, in some cases, Booker … Continue reading
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DtrH: Did Noth Overlook Stuff?
I read Martin Noth’s The Deuteronomistic History. The reason I read it was that I wasn’t completely sold on Richard Elliott Friedman’s narration of the history of biblical scholarship regarding the Deuteronomist, in Who Wrote the Bible? The way Friedman … Continue reading