Biblical Amnesia: A Forgotten Story of Redemption

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Infinity Publishing, 2004 - Religion - 178 pages
The Bible records a struggle between two worldviews. God opposes one and favors the other. Nearly everyone forgets who God favors. Life abounds with the tragic consequences of our Biblical amnesia.

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From class, didn't work for the Ethics class, but I think it has some worthwhile points to poinder. The author argues that we live in a dominator model, but Jesus preached to the partnership model ... Read full review

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its pretty decent, had a good read with me wife 'n' kids!

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Contents

The Bibles Forgotten Context
12
The Dominator System and Partnership Ways
16
The Rise of the Dominator System
20
Israels Exodus
27
The Story of Moses
30
The Plagues and the Departure
35
Building an Alternative Community
44
The Commandments
46
Jesus Parables
87
Jesus and Morality
94
Jesus and Religion
103
Jesus and Power
107
Living in the Spirit of Jesus
114
The Failure to Convert Christianity
118
The Torah under the Partnership Paradigm
120
New Testament Communities
123

Laws Governing Israels Internal Life
51
Israels Alternative Spirituality
55
The Collapse of the Mosaic Alternative
60
Voices of Opposition
64
Prophetic Voices from Babylonian Exile
73
Judahs Return from Exile
81
Jesus and Partnership Ways
83
Resisting the Dominator System
132
Ethical Resistance
135
Intellectual Resistance
141
Spiritual Resistance
146
Communal Resistance
158
End Notes
165
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