Divine Justice (Theodicy), Innocent Suffering, & Dual Retribution (Causality) in Ancient Near Eastern Wisdom Thought & in Biblical Wisdom Literature

Divine Justice (Theodicy), Innocent Suffering, & Dual Retribution (Causality) in Ancient Near Eastern Wisdom Thought & in Biblical Wisdom Literature

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About johnandjanet

Janet and I are non-affiliated thinkers, researchers, and writers. Our research and writing interests include biblical exegesis and theology, Old and New Testament backgrounds, hermeneutics, biblical and philosophical ethics, the history of Christian thought, and cultural critique.
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2 Responses to Divine Justice (Theodicy), Innocent Suffering, & Dual Retribution (Causality) in Ancient Near Eastern Wisdom Thought & in Biblical Wisdom Literature

  1. Great article . . . thanks . . . hadn’t heard from you for a long time. Hope all is well with you both. I so appreciate your scholarship and wisdom. Blessings+ Lawrence of Smyrna

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