Biblical Interpretation: An Integrated Approach

W. Randolph Tate

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Systematic explanations of providence eventually raise problems of theodicy, questions about the goodness and fairness of God given the evil and suffering in creation. Although Guan Yin is now commonly regarded as a female deity, she may still appear as a man or a woman. Despite the metaphors depicting Wisdom as mother and sister, bride and wife, Wisdom represented knowledge that refused to be domesticated for convenience or to conform to conventional thought.

Pages: 400

Publisher: Baker Academic; 3 edition (January 21, 2014)

ISBN: 0801049857

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