Tag Archives: Judea

Finally, Making Sense of the Bible as Allegory

Jesus and the Lost Goddess (2001) On Thursday, Ian, from our Faith and Science group, sent us all a link to a Goodreads post about this book. I recognized the title instantly, since it has been sitting in my library, … Continue reading

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Beware the Ides of February

Tiberius Julius Alexander (10 AD – 70 AD) Let’s be clear here: I said that I was finished at looking for my past life in the 1st Century AD. I even stopped writing about Rome heroes and villains. But one … Continue reading

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Could a 1st Century Conquest be Echoed in the 13th Century?

The Destruction of the Second Temple (August 4, 70 AD) Sometimes, I surprise even myself. No, I am not putting myself in the thick of things during Titus’ destruction of Jerusalem, but I am being shown some interesting echoes. The … Continue reading

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