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By Dan Barker

What phrases are evoked after we think about God? Merciful? simply? Compassionate? actually, the Bible lays out God’s fundamental characteristics essentially: jealous, petty, unforgiving, bloodthirsty, vindictive—and worse! initially conceived as a joint presentation among influential philosopher and bestselling writer Richard Dawkins and previous evangelical preacher Dan Barker, this special publication offers an research into what could be the such a lot disagreeable personality in all fiction. Barker combs via either the outdated and New testomony (as good as 13 assorted versions of the “Good Book”), proposing robust proof for why the Scripture shouldn’t govern our daily lives. This witty, well-researched e-book means that we should always stream previous the Bible and transparent a route to a kinder and extra considerate global.

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Sjöberg, Kienast AV, 530. sar-da (328 IX 5) SF 63 III 4. Wahrscheinlich mu2-da zu lesen, s. , ZA 65 (1975) 227. ˹si˺-gar (328 VI 12) // YOS 1, 11 V 6: ELTS S. 176; J. Krecher, 270; Pomponio, 213; UET 2, Suppl. 14 IV 1; vgl. lugal-si-ĝar G. und W. Farber, Kienast AV, 77. Appellativum s. zuletzt Sjöberg, Renger AV,33 521–522. si-gar-an (298 II 11) Inhaltlich vgl. dnin-si-gar-an-na ActaSum 18, 86: 22, 11. sig4-ga2-tu (298 I 11) Zur Sache s. zuletzt M. Stol, Birth in Babylonia and the Bible (CunMon.

TUM AAICAB 1/1 Ashm. 1924–462 VI 8; Pomponio, 240; RTC 1 II 8 zu ergänzen? TAR (328 III 12) // YOS 1, 11 III 5 ud-n[e-dug3] (328 VIII 11) // YOS 1, 11 VI 11: Vgl. u4-ne-ni3-ša6-ga A. Falkenstein, NG 2, Nr. 193, 25’K; BPOA 1, S. 475 und ud-ne-nig2-sig5 BIN 3, S. 25. GAG (298 I 2) ur-a-dnanna (298 II 18) Vgl. ur-nanna UET 2, PN 737; ur-dnanna Limet, 553; s. a-dnanna IAS 164 IV’ 6’. ur-gem3-ama (328 IX 8) Kontamination zweier Eintragungen: ur-ama und *gem3-ama? Zu ur-ama s. Limet, 536 und vgl. O; für ein gem3-ama fehlen (bisher) Belege.

IGI (328 III 14) // YOS 1, 11 III 7. ŠE3-x-NUN (298 I 5): Viell. zu [e]n-˹ir3/ir˺-nun) zu ergänzen; zu ir-nun s. oben. ). Zwar hat sich nicht für jeden Namen eine Entsprechung oder wenigstens eine mit denselben Elementen gebildete Parallele in den anderen Namenslisten oder den Wirtschafts- und Rechtsurkunden finden lassen, doch dürfte die Zahl der Nachweise ausreichen, um den Charakter der beiden behandelten Texte als Personennamenlisten deutlich werden zu lassen.  . ḪUB2? M. ḪUB2 était à lire lagarx, titre archaïque emegir (EG) correspondant à l’emesal (ES) la-bar/li-bi-ir.

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