Humor Resistance and Jewish Cultural Persistence in the Book of Revelation

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Humor  Resistance  and Jewish Cultural Persistence in the Book of Revelation
Author : Sarah Emanuel
File Size : 52,8 Mb
Publisher : Cambridge University Press
Language : English
Release Date : 09 January 2020
ISBN : 9781108496599
Pages : 247 pages
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Humor Resistance and Jewish Cultural Persistence in the Book of Revelation by Sarah Emanuel Book PDF Summary

Positions Revelation within an ancient Jewish context and demonstrates how the author used humor to resist Roman power.

Humor  Resistance  and Jewish Cultural Persistence in the Book of Revelation

Positions Revelation within an ancient Jewish context and demonstrates how the author used humor to resist Roman power.

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