RE: More Re: [XTalk] Violence
>Dave HindleyI have to say that this speaks IN FAVOUR of a "Judaic" (a slightly
>...using them [Karel's assumptions of the "Judaic" origins of the
>NT] brings along all sorts of complications and paradoxes (such as
>how a document can be Judaic and still express some
>rather harsh anti Judaic statements).
problematic term, as it seems to have geographic significance which
might be misleading) background. How often is it that those who are
closest ideologically battle the more than those who are further
apart. True Xn's and Muslims have fought, but not with the same
"staying" power as have Protestants and Catholics (or "liberals" and
"conservatives", or etc etc etc). Two different types of Baptist very
well might battle more fiercely then a Baptist might against some
other denomination. Fights WITHIN the household are often far more
fierce than those without! Look at how the Sadducees are condemned by
every *Jewish* source we have (I include the XN ones - which shows
where I stand on this issue). So in short, I have no problem at all
understanding how a...
>document can be Judaic and still express somerather harsh anti Judaic statements).
In fact it seems more coherent to me than the alternative.
Vancouver School of Theology
Once in a while you can get shown the light
in the strangest of places if you look at it right...
-Robert Hunter From SCARLET BEGONIAS
- I know this is off topic, however, during the past few days I noticed the
discussion going on about the use of copyrighhted material. Anyway, my
question is this, how do I properly cite a web page I used information from
in an academic paper. I am a student and an interested historical Jesus
individual. I realize this is off topic so please send reply to me off the
Thomas G. Barnes