As promised a few weeks ago, we're reading Jesus walking on the water alongside Psalm 89 and asking what it means for a human being to exercise the authority of God.

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As well as negotiating Jesus' humanity and divinity with a thorough dose of Jewish monotheism, we're also looking at a slightly different take on wisdom in Psalm 73, and exploring the two different versions of the Decalogue.

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Hossfeld, Frank-Lothar; Zenger, Erich; tr. Maloney, Linda M. (2005). Psalms 2: A Commentary on Psalms 51-100, Hermeneia — A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible. Philadelphia, PA: Fortress Press.
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Kirk, J. R. D., & Young, S. L. (2014). “I Will Set His Hand to the Sea”: Psalm 88:26 LXX and Christology in Mark. Journal of Biblical Literature, 133(2), 333-340.    JStor (paywall)

Sarna, Nahum M. (1991). Exodus, The JPS Torah Commentary. Philadaelphia, PA: The Jewish Publication Society.
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Exodus 19, Exodus 24, Exodus 20, Deuteronomy 5, Psalm 73, 2 Chronicles 29, Mark 6, Mark 4, Psalm 89, JPSTORAHEX, HRMNEIA19BPS, JBL