Achilles’ heel and Jacob’s heel are both points of weakness, but while Achilles’ weakness gets him killed, Jacob’s weakness saves him.
Though most of the “virtues” in the Bible would have found little welcome in Aristotle’s world of Athens, some of the Bible—its Hebraic tradition especially—contains moral concepts that, in form, can be considered Aristotelian.
Jesus talked like a philosopher and acted like a philosopher—but he also claimed to be more than a philosopher.
A Biblical Alternative to Greek Political PhilosophyNovember 11, 2019
Second-Order Thinking in the Hebrew BibleNovember 11, 2019
Dr. Dru JohnsonJuly 23, 2019
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