Never Fully Appreciated Texts

Any text that one could fully appreciate would be unlikely to be worth the effort.
–Hugh S. Pyper, "Judging the Wisdom of Solomon: The Two-Way Effect of Intertextuality," Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 59 (1993): 30.
April 12, 2012


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