Almost Heretical

42: Copy, Paste & Psalm 108 (How The Bible Works)

Episode Summary

If the Bible is a mosaic, then the meaning is in the stitching. Nate and Tim look at how Psalm 108 is an example of clear editing and repurposing of texts within the Hebrew Bible, and how the Gospel of Luke is tracking with this literary mechanism at work.

Episode Notes

If the Bible is a mosaic, then the meaning is in the stitching. Nate and Tim look at how Psalm 108 is an example of clear editing and repurposing of texts within the Hebrew Bible, and how the Gospel of Luke is tracking with this literary mechanism at work.

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Hosts: Nate Hanson / Tim Ritter

Music: Cale Haugen

References: Psalm 57, Psalm 60, Psalm 108, Luke 1-3. Article: God’s Mercy from Generation to Generation: Luke’s Use of Psalms 105-108 in his Infancy Narrative Songs to Provide a Salvation Historical Understanding for his two-volume History by Rollin G. Grams (no public link available that I know of)