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Daily Archives: January 4, 2015
At church this morning, one of the hymns that we sang was “As with Gladness, Men of Old.” It was about the wise men bringing gifts to the Christ child. Specifically, these lines stood out to me: “As they offered … Continue reading
Originally posted on Age of Rocks:
Canonical context of Job’s narrative For many, the Book of Job is one of the most important and beautifully crafted compositions among religious texts, which addresses the problem of evil. Set in an indefinite—though characteristically Levantine—pastoral…