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Last month we were in Italy for a few days, meeting our daughter who had been studying for the semester in Siena. She is majoring in History, Art History, and Medieval Studies and had reserved for us tickets for the aperitivo at the Vatican Museum. Opening at 7 pm with a drink and small portions […]

Campbell on the intent of characters in the Hebrew Bible 6

I thought I had mentioned this on Targuman before, but apparently not. In his commentary on Ruth Campbell asserts: It is inherent in biblical thought generally that a person’s actions and words offer a true picture of the person’s character. Hebrew stories do not have characters with hidden motives and concealed agendas, or if they […]