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Walter Brueggemann crafts a First Testament theology around the organizing principle of Israel's speech about God. He discusses the themes of First Testament thought in four categories: Israel's Core Testimony, Israel's Countertestimony, Israel's Unsolicited Testimony, and Embodied Narrative. He...
The search for the “middle” of the Old Testament is ongoing, as it were a quest for the holy grail. Two more solutions have been proposed recently: Shekinah, a post-biblical term for divine dwelling or immanence, and “steadfast love” ( hesed ). This article critiques both and points to...
This article argues that in the eyes of Matthew and Luke the so-called Lord's Prayer reflects a perception of Jesus that his disciples are in grave danger of becoming members of “this generation, ” that is, those among Jesus' co-religionists who reject what Jesus shows is God's will for...
The redactor of 1 Enoch 83–90 brings together two very distinct Enochian traditions: the Flood Vision and the Animal Apocalypse. Although each tradition reflects a social reaction to the threat of hellenization in the second century BCE, they offer radically different social constructions of...
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