Daily Archives: January 19, 2016

Famous Last Words: Joseph

In comparison with the lengthy and momentous last words of Jacob, which take up more than two chapters [1], the famous last words of Joseph are very short, and echo only some of the same concerns that were seen when … Continue reading

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Famous Last Words: Jacob

The first particularly noteworthy case of famous last words in the Bible is that of Jacob. This particular case of famous last words, when taken in its entirety, takes place over more than two chapters of the Bible, and in … Continue reading

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Book Review: The World Of Late Antiquity

The World Of Late Antiquity, by Peter Brown In many ways, this book is the inverse of another book I have read about the decline and fall of the Roman Empire, and deliberately so, in that both books seek to … Continue reading

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