Jonadab advises Amnon.
(from the Author's Note): "In all the gospel stories, the Syro-Phoenician woman is the only
person to argue with Jesus and win."
Man doesn't realize how lonely he is.
"It's about the passage in Genesis 6:1-4 where the 'sons of God' see that human women are pretty and sleep with them. It's the passage that leads eventually to an idea of angelic rebellion and fall, in non-Biblical things like the Book of Enoch."
Mark 5:24-34 "...And there was a woman who had had a flow of blood for twelve years..."
"Unusually, a document exists that gives the non-Israelite version of events, the 'Mesha Stele' or 'Moabite Stone', a victory monument recording Moab's successful bid for independence from Israelite domination."
"The tradition about her being a prostitute isn't from the Bible at all, it's much later. The Biblical traditions about her are that she was exorcised by Jesus (ie, had a mental illness), supported him along with other women (who are all members of the upper classes, so maybe she was too), and was the first witness to the Resurrection."
Judas' point of view.
How the son of David and Bathsheba came to be king of Israel.
Short short for Easter.
Jael meets Sisera; from Judges 4:17-22 and 5:24-27
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