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Study Guide - ♦ …the sound of silence… ♦ The call...

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Study Guide Quest II—Love, Sex, & Death—Professor Jay Holstein Prepared by Ryan T. O’Leary Fall 2007 People, Places, & Things: Socrates & Jesus Elijah & Elisha Mount Horeb and Mount Sinai Ben Haddad & Hazael King Ahab & his wife, Jezebel David Solomon (& his reign) Gibeon The Biblical God (& His Names) YHVH, Elohim, Adonai Jacob & Esau Shechem & Hamor “Shane” Joe Starret, Marian, and Little Joe Guns & Bullets The city Grafton’s “A Perfect Day for Bananafish.” Seymour Glass Muriel Sybil Carpenter Sharon Lipschutz Jacob (Israel), and his sons Joseph Ruben Judah Tamar Dinah Baal Shem Tov (& Zusya) Elimolech The Maggid
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Stories: I Kings 3: 5—15, Solomon’s Dream: “I do not know how to go out and come in…” The sacrifice at Gibeon. I Kings 19, Horeb, the Mountain of God:
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Unformatted text preview: ♦ …the sound of silence… ♦ The call of Elisha. II Kings 2, Elijah’s exit: ♦ The Prophetic Guild ♦ Bethel, Gilgal, Jericho, The Jordan River, The Badlands ♦ “Baldhead” and the she-bears “A Perfect Day for Bananafish.” ♦ Seymour’s suicide ♦ The army ♦ Seymour’s tattoo ♦ “Miss Spiritual Tramp of 1948” ♦ Colors Genesis 34 ♦ Dinah ♦ Circumcision ♦ Jacob’s sons Genesis 37: 1 — 39: 6 ♦ The relations between 36, 37, 38 & 39 ♦ Genealogy and its absence ♦ Tricks Concepts & Themes Idolatry. Suicide. Names tell us something. The search for the name of God is a search for self-understanding first and foremost. The role of gender in society. Questions and interpretive problems....
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  • Spring '08
  • Holstein
  • Elijah, Books of Kings, Seymour Glass, Jezebel David Solomon, Elisha Mount Horeb, Joseph Ruben Judah Tamar Dinah Baal Shem Tov

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