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Apocalyptic  

Philip Davies

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Feb 2008
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Sep 2009
In the Old Testament, apocalyptic literature (or simply ‘apocalyptic’, as the genre is often called) might not seem to occupy a prominent place. Only the book of Daniel falls into this ... More

Exodus in Early Twentieth‐Century America: Charles Reynolds Brown and Lawrence Langner  

Scott M. Langston

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Jan 2011
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May 2011
The questions scholars are raising in regard to the biblical text are changing. With increasing frequency biblical scholars are asking, ‘What does the Bible do’?, in recognition that the ... More

Gospels  

Richard A. Burridge

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Feb 2008
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Sep 2009
The basic question of what the gospels actually are from a literary point of view should have been one of the first things biblical scholars sorted out and agreed about. However, the ... More

The Passion Story in Literature  

Paul S. Fiddes

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Mar 2009
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Sep 2009
The story of the passion of Jesus Christ, in its earliest forms, was already shaped by interpretation. This was the story of a man – who had announced the coming of the Kingdom of God and ... More

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