Joseph's Bones: Understanding the Struggle Between God and Mankind in the Bible

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Penguin, 2007 - 307 páginas
A provocative reexamination of the Old Testament studies Genesis through Joshua as a human story of faith and redemption and focuses on the character of Joseph, discussing how his life serves as an example of how to treat others.

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A fascinating look at hidden currents in the "Hexateuch". Segal argues that the Pentateuch and Joshua reveal the Israelites' desire for a God of forgiveness, not vengeance, and demonstrate that God ... Leer comentario completo

The Bible as We Never Knew It

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This is a completely fascinating book about the Hexateuch the five books of Moses + Joshua. Segal asks us to set aside everything we know or think we know about the Bible from our religious ... Leer comentario completo

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THE MORAL ORDER
35
THE STRUGGLE IN THE DESERT
121
LEVITICUS WITHIN THE NARRATIVE
167
THE LIFE AND TRAGEDY OF MOSES
193
IMPLICATIONS OF THIS READING
275
Reflections on Who Wrote the Bible
293
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