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Matthew 23 is challenging because of the nature of the attack Jesus mounts on the scribes and the Pharisees and the way texts such as this have subsequently figured in persecution of the Jews. Responsible historical interpretation of Matthew 23 requires that we pay the closest attention to the...
This essay proposes based on literary-compositional considerations how two authors working together could have composed Genesis–Joshua. After this, it suggests that Genesis–Joshua can be seen to reflect a sociopolitical transformation of ancient Canaanite societies into an Israelite one(s)...
Judges chapters 4 and 5 feature first a narrative account, and then a poetic depiction of a 12th century bce battle and its aftermath. The conflict is between the forces of Israel and those of a Canaanite commander. In these chapters traditional sexual roles are overturned and subverted. Women...
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