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Local References In The Letter To Smyrna (Rv 2: 8–11), Part 4: Religious Background, David E. Graves Phd Jan 2006

Local References In The Letter To Smyrna (Rv 2: 8–11), Part 4: Religious Background, David E. Graves Phd

David E. Graves PhD

No abstract provided.


Local References In The Letter To Smyrna (Rv 2: 8–11), Part 2: Historical Background., David E. Graves Phd Jan 2006

Local References In The Letter To Smyrna (Rv 2: 8–11), Part 2: Historical Background., David E. Graves Phd

David E. Graves PhD

No abstract provided.


Local References In The Letter To Smyrna (Rv 2: 8–11), Part 3: Jewish Background., David E. Graves Phd Dec 2005

Local References In The Letter To Smyrna (Rv 2: 8–11), Part 3: Jewish Background., David E. Graves Phd

David E. Graves PhD

No abstract provided.


Rättens Ordning I Den Tid Som Återstår, Matilda Arvidsson Dec 2005

Rättens Ordning I Den Tid Som Återstår, Matilda Arvidsson

Dr Matilda Arvidsson

The article investigates the fundamental concept of 'time' within the framework of the laws of war, using the War on Terrorism as a starting point and the 2003 invasion and subsequent occupation of Iraq as an example. The article argues for an eschatological understanding of time during the War on Terrorism, framing a state of exception, and ultimately keeping law on hold in an enduring 'now' while messianic hopes for redemption are directed towards a new future to come after war.


Worship, The Bond Between Time/Space And Eternity, Lawrence E. Frizzell Dec 2005

Worship, The Bond Between Time/Space And Eternity, Lawrence E. Frizzell

Reverend Lawrence E. Frizzell, S.T.L., S.S.L., D.Phil.

Dr. Kenneth Schmitz's review of philosophical insights into language and writing is necessarily focused on the world of Greece and Rome. It would be valuable to have scholars immersed in the Hebrew language and traditional Jewish culture to reflect upon the same issues. At a conference on the trivium and quadrivium in Medieval Europe, Dean Arthur Hyman of Yeshiva University was asked to comment. His response was brief: "This was not the Jewish approach."

Recalling the genius and limitations of a language to convey insights into the meaning of life and its mysteries, we acknowledge the role of translation ...