What was the Exodus about?

I've written before about the Exodus, but Phillip's recent post (and this post at Triablogue) has sparked me to revisit the topic. My post today is not about the prophetic significance of the Exodus in the first and second comings of Christ (but I am excited about a new book on the topic by Joel …

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Prometheus

The story of Prometheus, much like Milton's Satan in Paradise Lost, tends to divide humanity into camps. There are those who sympathise with Milton's Satan, who see him as a hero, seeking redress for the shame heaped upon him by the creation and elevation of Man, a figure seeking his independence and dignity. Similarly, many …

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Law (3)

An incomplete account Fuller, in his rejection of God as the basis of natural law, gives an incomplete account of the goodness of law (Summers, 1984, 64). Arguments for the existence of God and apologetics concerning the identity of God are beyond the scope of this essay. However, the author asserts that goodness itself must …

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Law (2)

Legal systems presuppose morality Legal systems presuppose an obligation of obedience (Payne, 1976, 288). The concept of a legal system that does not require obedience is incoherent and, therefore, to be rejected. One of the purposes of law is to regulate human society. This regulation aspires to make humans act in a predictable manner, avoiding …

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