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Daily Archives: October 6, 2011
Enjoying Good Works?
I’m still making my way through Chapter 44 of Stephen King’s The Stand: The Complete and Uncut Edition. I was sleepy last night, so I didn’t get as much read as I hoped. Although Larry Underwood is no longer a … Continue reading
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This was the third week of my church’s Bible study group, which is going through Tim Keller’s The Prodigal God, a book about Jesus’ Parable of the Prodigal Son. I appreciated one lady’s outside-of-the-box thoughts. While Tim Keller says that … Continue reading
Gentiles and Torah and Proselytism and God-Fearers
I have four items for my write-up today of Louis Feldman’s Jew and Gentile in the Ancient World: 1. On pages 323-324, Feldman talks about the decline of Jewish proselytism after the Bar Kokhba rebellion, which occurred because many Jews … Continue reading