The Hebrews, languishing under the whips of their oppressors, did not need to know simply that God exists. They needed to know that he was present with them.
Yes, there is humor in the Bible. In the riotous comedy of the Book of Esther, God lets us in on the joke of empire.
What do the Scriptures, especially the Hebrew Bible, have to say about the nature of traumatic events, and the lives of survivors coping with trauma? What does living well and wisely—positive coping—look like in the wake of horrific suffering?
Is God ‘Perfect Being’?May 28, 2020
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