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In Tents # 13 The Story of Jesus the Pharisee, But First Yet Another Digression, This Time About the Nature of Interpretation

Yet another digression? Is this turning into the Tristram Shandy of blogs? Digression following digression following digression, never actually getting to he thesis? No, the thesis is easy to demonstrate. Consider Luke 13:31 The same day there came certain of … Continue reading

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In Tents #12 More about Jesus the Pharisee, with a Further Meditation on the Nature of Perfection

In Luke 13, which opens with the first and ominous mention of Pilate, “There were present at that season some that told him of the Galilæans, whose blood Pilate had mingled with their sacrifices,” a group of Pharisees come to … Continue reading

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In Tents # 11 More About Jesus the Pharisee, But First an Interlude Thinking to Thank the Jews

Title: The New Covenant, Commonly Called The New Testament: Volume I The Gospels and Apocalypse Translator: Willis Barnstone Publisher: New York: Riverhead Books Genre: Scripture Year Published: 2002 Number of Pages: 577 Binding: Hardbound in signatures ISBN10: 1-57322-182-1 Price: Title: … Continue reading

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