Posts Tagged ‘Elizabeth Achtemeier’

The author of these thirty-two short chapters begins and ends with the assumption that problems we experience with the Old Testament are our problem, not the Bible’s. This subordination of the Bible reader to the well-weathered book he holds in his hand opens doors, not to forced harmonizations of problematic passages but to fresh reappraisal of difficult texts on their own terms. (more…)

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