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THE BIBLICAL MIND
An exploration of the tie between the familial and the cosmic in Genesis.
CONTENT IN THIS SERIES
By Caio Peres on December 9, 2020
In Genesis 37–50, the image of kingly humility and servanthood is not the lion of Judah, but a foreign widow.
Part of the Family Conflicts and the Restoration of the Cosmos series
By Caio Peres on July 14, 2020
The Hebraic morals of kingship emerge in the struggle between Joseph and his brothers. This confounding story inverts the typical relationship between ruler and ruled.
By Caio Peres on October 18, 2019
Surprisingly, the destructiveness, and even violence, evident within Abraham and Sarah’s family are exactly what suits it to God’s restorative purpose. This family is God’s answer to a violent and destructive world.
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