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the dominant feature of Hebrew poetry and regular occurrence in Hebrew thought. Questions with this tag have to do with the craft of Hebrew poets or the apparent linguistic or conceptua…
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Latin for *a fuller sense of*. The deeper meaning intended by God but not intended by the human author in Biblical exegesis.
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The book of the Wisdom of Joshua ben Sira, AKA Wisdom of Sirach, AKA Ecclesiasticus, AKA Siracides.
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a first-century historian. He wrote four books about Judiasm and Israel's history. He is considered an important source for the Maccabean Revolt and Hasmonean Dynasty of Judea. He also spe…
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the approach to interpretation by which "meaning" is discerned through clarifying the social conventions governing literary genre to which a given text belongs.
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Bilaam (or Balaam, depending on translation) was a non-Jewish prophet who was hired by Balak, king of Moav, to curse Israel. See Numbers 22-24.
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Questions regarding whether or not Biblical books are attributed correctly.
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Questions about the existence of evil in a world created by a good God.
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The book of Tobit, part of the Catholic and Orthodox canon and regarded as apocryphal by Protestants.
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The theory that most, if not all, New Testament books were originally written in Aramaic. (This theory is disputed in academia.)
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The theory that the Pentateuch was written by multiple authors many generations after Moses.
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