When reading biblical narratives with multifaceted characters and complex situations, the reader is challenged to decipher ethical ambiguity, think through conflicts, and discover the implications for everyday life.
Unless we heed both Scripture’s content and its form, we risk making God’s revelation into a pet: loved but powerless.
Is There Philosophy in the Hebrew Bible?July 19, 2019
CHT Fellow Dr. Joshua Berman discusses the difference between modern notions of law and how law functioned in the ancient Near East, including within the Hebrew Bible (Old Testament).
Dr. Dru JohnsonJuly 19, 2019
Politics in the Bible: Does the Bible Have a Political Teaching?July 19, 2019
Philosophical Criticism of the Hebrew Bible and the Analytic-Continental DivideJuly 10, 2019
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