Centuries before Plato wrote that the best rulers are reluctant ones, Jotham in the book of Judges told a fable arguing the same.
Texto escrito por Dr. Michael Rhodes, publicado no The Biblical Mind em 4 de novembro de 2020, e traduzido por…
The Hebrew Republic? Divine Authority and Self-GovernanceFebruary 25, 2021
The book of Amos has relevant critiques for the Christian nationalism on display in so much of the American church.
Evangelicals clinging to political power—even if from good motivations—should consider the stories of Joseph and Daniel.
Dr. Joshua BermanJuly 23, 2020
Realeza é um tema importante em toda a Bíblia Hebraica. Na narrativa da criação de Gênesis 1, YHWH qualifica a…
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.
Humans construct a social order that reflects or corresponds to some kind of sacred order. The Sinai covenant and the book of Judges illustrate this truth.
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