By Robert N. Bellah
By Robert N. Bellah
By William S. Bubelis
Hallowed Stewards heavily examines these magistracies that have been important to Athenian spiritual efforts, and that are most sensible defined as “sacred treasurers.” Given the wide yet fragmentary facts on hand to us, which is composed typically of inscriptions yet contains such texts because the ps.-Aristotelian Constitution of the Athenians, no catalog-like method of those workplaces may well safely surround their info, less their wider importance. by means of situating the sacred treasurers inside a broader spiritual and ancient framework, Hallowed Stewards not just offers an incisive portrait of the treasurers themselves but additionally elucidates how sacred estate and public finance alike built in historical Athens.
By Daniel Böhme
By C.R. Whittaker
By Philip Quenby
Combining attention-grabbing ancient and archaeological facts with the biblical narrative, the writer highlights how Exodus applies to us this day, exploring twelve huge issues opposed to the backdrop of a turbulent interval in Egyptian historical past. The message is undying. It holds despite while the Israelites’ captivity, departure from Egypt and time of trying out within the desolate tract happened.
Our country, too, is discomfort tough bondage no much less genuine than was once Israel’s less than the rulers of the 2 Lands. We desperately have to heed the decision of our Saviour, who longs to guide us again to a lifetime of freedom with him. Our selection is stark: to face prior to Him or kneel prior to the enemy.
By Martin Mehlhorn
By Egil Kraggerud
In Vergiliana Egil Kraggerud collects jointly over a hundred new, revised, and formerly released discussions of textual matters in Vergil’s Eclogues, Georgics, and the Aeneid. via those and in his creation, the writer argues for a much less conservative method of those texts than has been trendy between twentieth century editors and commentators. This profoundly discovered, attractive and invaluable contribution is a serious source for a person engaged on the works of Vergil at either lower than- and postgraduate point, written via probably the most revered students within the box.
By the late Geoffrey de Ste. Croix,Michael Whitby,Joseph Streeter
By Titus Livius,Dr. Möller Lenelotte,Otto Güthling
By David G. Rice,John E Stambaugh