2 Kings 2 tells how Elijah was translated into heaven and how Elisha inherited his role as leader of the prophets. This story is odd in that it puts into the midst of a chronicle about historical kings and prophets an experience that shifts us out of historical time into another dimension. Hillel Millgram, in […]
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