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10-2(1) 63-1(1) aj-30(1) and an openness to old words that may bring forth new things(1) Bible OT Pentateuch-Criticism(1) Bible OT-Relation to NT(1) Bible. N.T.--Relation to the Old Testament(1) Box M-1(1) Christians must commit themselves to the restoration of just relations between Christians and Jews. This commitment to address all that fractures human relations undergirds vanWijk-Bos's call for Christians to reengage the Torah.Making Wise the Simple poi(1) comprising the first five books of the Bible(1) cts-13(1) Hebrew roots(2) is an underappreciated mother lode of divine instruction(1) it cannot be business as usual for Christianity. In light of the Holocaust(1) Johanna van Wijk-Bos presents guidelines to help ordinary Christians recover this treasure in their faith and practice. Having lived in the Netherlands during the Nazi occupation(1) OWNER: Beit Hallel RESOURCE TYPE: Book STATUS: Available SHELF NUMBER: L3 DESCRIPTION: Too long restricted to children's storybooks and cinematic extravaganzas(1) Paul and the Torah(1) perhaps even making one wise. COVER TYPE: Soft(1) spu-54(1) the courage to ask disturbing questions of the text(1) this book is for everyone who has a hunger and enthusiasm for what the biblical text may convey(1) Torah(4) van Wijk-Bos reclaims the Torah as a vibrant word for the Christian community in covenant with God.Written in a personal style conversant with current scholarship but sprinkled with anecdotes(1) van Wijk-Bos recognizes that after the attempted annihilation of the Jews from Christian Europe(1) vitally important for Christians and the church. Convinced that both those who take the Torah too literally and those who neglect it are guilty of a naove simplicity(1)

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