By Beth Hawkins Benedix (eds.)
This assortment seeks to fill the interdisciplinary area that addresses while, why, and the way writers strategically reference the Bible for subversive or re-evaluative reasons. It explores the explicit biblical items used this subversion, and why they're used, near to many modern sources.
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Thus, there is a contrast between these psalms and others that cry out in lamentation, asking “how long” and pleading for God to heed the people’s plight and save them. Although Wiesel’s song has more in common with the latter, Ani Maamin is also a new song, one sung not only to God but Face to Face 49 also to humanity. It is also new because it is related to the twin blessings received by Jacob: Wiesel’s song attests to the courageous faith of Jews who have been a blessing to all generations, because of—and at the same time in spite of—a horror-not-of-their-own-choosing.
It reads like an enthusiast’s magazine, not the inspired word of God. Gopher wood is much more poetic. ’”63 Thus the Authoritative Refuse, Realism, Retelling 35 Version comes into being. This version gains its authority not due to its authenticity but because of its author—(ostensibly) penned by God, it will come to be inscrutable, or almost so. In Not Wanted on the Voyage, the biblical account and its authors come under terrible scrutiny. This story is not that of a patriarch and his God, but of those whose lives are commandeered by them.
280. 67. Maine, 229. 68. Jeanette Winterson, The Passion (New York: Grove/Atlantic, 1987), 5, 13, 40, 69, 160. 69. 3 (Fall 2006): 389. 70. Boutros. 71. Pleins, 59. 72. Allen, 139. 73. , 139. 4 Pa rt I I Be tween Speech and S i l en ce 4 Chapter 3 Face to Face B i bl i ca l Traces i n t he Phi lo s o phy o f E l i e Wi ese l John K. Roth Then I will take away my hand, and you shall see my back; but my face shall not be seen. —Exodus 33:23 For the eyes of the Lord are on the righteous, and his ears are open to their prayer.