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God as parent, partner, king : reevaluating metaphors of love and obedience in the Hebrew Bible
Bible. Old Testament., Bible. Deuteronomy, Metaphor in the Bible, God (Judaism)-Worship and love, Covenants-Religious aspects-Judaism, Hebrew Bible, Deuteronomy, Metaphor, Love of God, Covenant
Branton, Emily Natasha, "God as parent, partner, king : reevaluating metaphors of love and obedience in the Hebrew Bible" (2014). Honors Project, Smith College, Northampton, MA.
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49 pages. Honors Project, Smith College, 2014. Includes bibliographical references (pages 48-49)