“Waltzing with God”: Revelation and Interpretation

“Waltzing with God”: Revelation and Interpretation (Part One)

With this post we begin to think about the way in which Israel became  an instrument of divine revelation. She became such not by the imposition of a divine world view upon her. Rather, it took place as a negotiation between human categories and institutions and divine intent. We use the analogy of the waltz to express the nature of this negotiation.


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