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The Exodus in the history of ancient Egypt

The Exodus is one of the most significant and dramatic events described in the Old Testament. However, making an attempt to find a suitable time frame for placing this event in the course of real history usually ends up in … Continue reading

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Samuel, the first prophet

Regarding to the sovereignty of civil society, Thomas Hobbs dares to go into detailed analyses of the Holy Scripture. Actually, second half of Leviathan, one of his most famous works, is dedicated to such biblical annotations. To describe how God … Continue reading

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