Six books on empire

It is a truism that the questions we ask of a biblical text to a great extent determine the outcome of our reading of it. We have long known that this is true in the case of primarily historical questions about texts, but the recent intrusion of ideological awareness into imagined historical objectivity has lately caused very different questions to be asked.

 

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