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Daily Archives: July 21, 2014
Originally posted on theoutwardquest:
I am continuing to read and reflect on Elizabeth Johnson’s Ask the Beasts. When I was in seminary long ago I had to read the medieval theologian, Duns Scotus. I had no clue what he was…
Neil Gillman. Sacred Fragments: Recovering Theology for the Modern Jew. Jewish Publication Society, 1990. Neil Gillman teaches theology at Jewish Theological Seminary in New York City. I audited a class of his when I was a student there. His book, … Continue reading
Originally posted on Larry Hurtado's Blog:
In his recent book, Christopher Barina Kaiser argues that earliest Jesus-followers had visions of God (YHWH) in “the face and voice of their own teacher, now in a glorified body,” and these experiences…