Category: Mythology

Judges 3-Judges 21 #2018BibleRBR

Reading the Bible as Literature Week Twelve: Judges 3-21 This week, we read through to the end of the Book of Judges (3-21), which means we leave off just before the Book of Ruth begins. Judges is where things get juicy again, thank goodness,… Continue Reading “Judges 3-Judges 21 #2018BibleRBR”

Joshua 5-Judges 2 #2018BibleRBR

Reading the Bible as Literature Week Eleven: Joshua 5 – Judges 2 The book of Joshua unfolds as a sequence of battles, one after the other, which demonstrates Joshua’s prowess as a military leader and ultimately result in the total settlement of Israel. The… Continue Reading “Joshua 5-Judges 2 #2018BibleRBR”

Deuteronomy 17-Joshua 4 #2018BibleRBR

Reading the Bible as Literature Week Ten: Deuteronomy 17–Joshua 4 Deuteronomy closes with Moses reminding his people of all the good god has done for them and of all the laws that must be kept if the people are to honor god and stay… Continue Reading “Deuteronomy 17-Joshua 4 #2018BibleRBR”

Numbers 35-Deuteronomy 16 #2018BibleRBR

Reading the Bible as Literature Week Nine: Numbers 35-Deuteronomy 16 We have reached the fifth and final book of the Pentateuch – and the last of the books of Moses. Numbers closes with the Israelites reaching the promised land and the borders of the… Continue Reading “Numbers 35-Deuteronomy 16 #2018BibleRBR”

Numbers 18-Numbers 34 #2018BibleRBR

Reading the Bible as Literature Week Eight: Numbers 18-Numbers 34 We are coming to the end of the books of Moses, and also the end of the tales of the tribes of Israel wandering the deserts. The next book, Deuteronomy, will leave us with… Continue Reading “Numbers 18-Numbers 34 #2018BibleRBR”

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