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Daily Archives: March 4, 2011
In Jacquelyn Grant’s White Women’s Christ and Black Women’s Jesus, three items caught my attention: 1. On pages 67-68, Dr. Grant states: “What could it mean to say that God became incarnate in the man, Jesus? In no other human … Continue reading
I reread the introduction to Baruch Levine’s Anchor Bible commentary on Numbers 1-20. Here are some points: 1. I’ve wondered why the Pentateuch has stories about the Israelites’ rebellion against Moses. On page 64, Levine offers his answer: “The JE … Continue reading