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Lex Luther, Evil Geniuses, and the Book of Proverbs

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Here is a recent edition of “Exegetically Speaking,” a podcast of the friends and faculty of Wheaton College, Wheaton IL.


Michael Graves (PhD), Armerding Professor of Biblical Studies at Wheaton College, discusses the role of parallelism in Hebrew poetry.  It reflects not only the beauty but the artistry of the original. 

He takes as a test case Proverbs 1 to show the contrast between Lex Luther, evil geniuses, and true wisdom.


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