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There are TWO books of the Hebrew Bible that do not mention the name of God, viz, Song of Songs and Esther. In the Book of Esther, we have several allusions to God: God's providence is manifest throughout the book. The most famous line in Esther 4:14 is, "If you remain silent at this time, relief and deliverance for the Jews will arise from another ...


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The name of a god is hidden in the Book of Ester, several times, but that name isn't "Ester" (Ishtar). It is the divine name itself, hidden as acrostics. It has been observed by many that no Divine Name or Title is found in the book of Esther. This is the more remarkable, since, in this short book of only 167 verses, the Median King is mentioned ...


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The following is a overview from a commentator that has taught me much. I take this quote concerning what this commentator outlines your consideration. It has been noted by many commentators that Esther is the only book of the Bible in which there does not appear the name of God, or any divine title, anywhere in the book. (Martin Luther favored eliminating ...


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The "Hermeneutic of Love" is Xian missionary method of NT Wright. a [Conversation], in which misunderstanding is likely, perhaps even inevitable, but in which, through patient listening, real understanding (and real access to external reality) is actually possible and to describe it as an epistemology or hermeneutic of love." Wright, N.T. - The ...


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