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Holiness and Leviticus: A Reading Guide to Prepare for Class

Leviticus is a radical departure from Exodus in many ways.  Instead of protracted narratives that are filled with tense moments, we have a series of laws and rituals that could seem strange to many of us.  Much of the text … Continue reading

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Exodus and Theodicy

One of the great scenes in the OT occurs in the beginning of Exodus (3:11-14), where God confronts Moses by a burning bush.  After some discussion between the two figures, God refuses to provide Moses with a name for himself, saying … Continue reading

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