Daily Archives: March 14, 2016

Leavened and Unleavened Bread in Philo’s Special Laws I-II

I have been reading Philo’s Special Laws.  Philo was a first century C.E. Jewish exegete in Alexandria, Egypt.  He interpreted the Torah in light of Greek philosophy.  In Special Laws, he attempts to give a rationale for various laws in … Continue reading

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What about those who haven’t heard? – Part 1 of a Case Study on Religious Pluralism from Lew Wallace’s “Ben Hur”

Originally posted on J.W. Wartick – Reconstructing Faith:
A beautiful cover for an edition of Ben Hur- I was unable to locate the exact copyright information. Ben Hur is one of my all-time favorite novels. There are many issues related…

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