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Love and election, a detour

When I was listening to John Barclay talk about Paul’s notion that Abraham received grace without regard to his worth, I vaguely remembered something I had read in another book by Jon Levenson. I found it. Levenson has been talking … Continue reading

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Fishbane-places and spaces

In Sacred Attunement Michael Fishbane talks about the Jewish sense of place and space in the world.  He talks about home, synagogue, and homeland. Jewish thinking begins right where one is standing rooted in a place in this world.  The … Continue reading

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Deuteronomy 32–Particular Love

Deuteronomy 32:8-9 has been pared with Psalm 82 as illustrating an old pagan religion underlying the religion of the Bible. The question here, of course, is whether you believe God revealed himself to some of the early Israelites, or whether … Continue reading

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