John N. Oswalt





John N. Oswalt

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The Bible Among the Myths: ...
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The Book of Isaiah, Chapter...
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The Book of Isaiah, Chapter...
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Called to Be Holy: A Biblic...
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On Being A Christian: Thoug...
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Where Are You, God?
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Leader's Guide For Where Ar...
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The Book of Isaiah, Chapter...
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The Holy One of Israel: Stu...
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“group of people who had received the gospel but had then succumbed to a dilution of it so that they had departed from the basic Christian”
John N. Oswalt, Lectures in Old Testament Theology

“What has happened? Rationality has become rationalism. We have made the human mind the measure of all things and the result was a century in which two of the chief accomplishments were Buchenwald and Hiroshima. Rationalism has taught us that there is nothing worth thinking about. History has become historicism, in which we assert that finally we can know nothing about the past except what we make up to serve our own historical fictions. Individuality has become individualism, in which we assert that individual rights come before everything else, with the result that we are each locked in lonely isolation. Nature has become naturalism, in which the cosmos becomes an end in itself serving its own implacable, mindless, and deterministic ends.”
John N. Oswalt, The Bible among the Myths: Unique Revelation or Just Ancient Literature?

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