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Jul 25, 2005


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Michael Kruse

will spotts said...
Still thinking this over.

Egyptian religion seems to have been pretty much the extreme example of what you describe. Everything moved in cycles, but it was within that context eternally unchanging.

The Abraham narrative literally introduces "narrative" -- the individual role in the story, and something new -- unforeseen. I find myself doubting that this story would have made sense or been regarded as a good thing to Egyptians.

Does this mean we're going on to Exodus?

July 25, 2005 11:48 PM

Michael Kruse

Michael W. Kruse said...
Brief pit stop in Exodus coming up but I don't expect to plod through other parts of the Bible like I did Genesis. Still expect to stay with the theme of disillusion but I may jump around a bit more from here on out.

Thanks for hangin with me!

July 26, 2005 8:45 AM

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