Archive for July, 2015

  • I’m sitting down to write this on a sunny Sunday afternoon, the day after having seen Shakespeare’s problem play, Measure For Measure. Reading Obadiah, I couldn’t help but see how one echoes the other in the theme of justice. “As […]

    Justice and more (@TheAlethiophile)

    I’m sitting down to write this on a sunny Sunday afternoon, the day after having seen Shakespeare’s problem play, Measure For Measure. Reading Obadiah, I couldn’t help but see how one echoes the other in the theme of justice. “As […]

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  • Obadiah is the shortest book in the Old Testament – maybe the prophet Obadiah “considered each word a high-priced commodity.” In the digital age, a world of information overload, soundbites, and competing for attention – how do we keep things […]

    Obadiah: Short and Sweet (@drbexl)

    Obadiah is the shortest book in the Old Testament – maybe the prophet Obadiah “considered each word a high-priced commodity.” In the digital age, a world of information overload, soundbites, and competing for attention – how do we keep things […]

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