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November 20, 2010
Last Wednesday I attended a symposium on exile with NT Wright and several other scholars.
Wright's big idea (not new in his work) was that Jews of the New Testament period saw themselves as living still in exile. We are probably...
Tags: Apostle Paul, exile, Intertestamental literature, NPP, NT Wright, NTPG, Trinity Western University
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