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While the application of other methodologies to Ecclesiastes may yield valuable conclusions, M.
As Jesus manifests wisdom in order to engage and refute each of Satan's three temptations, he exemplifies the enlightened interiority that issues from an acute awareness of Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and the Gospels.
6) Each of the three approaches to the understanding of 2:26 in the Ecclesiastes context presents fundamental difficulties.
The Gospel reading with its diamond-hard parable about "a rich man" (one of several "rich men" we will hear about in these Sundays) has no doubt conjured the reading from Ecclesiastes in our lectionary.
The Book of Ecclesiastes is the only piece of discursive prose in the Old Testament and is, at least apparently, at odds with the rest of the Bible in many respects.
Ecclesiastes 11: 5 (New International Version) SOME people find it difficult to admit 'I don't know'.
Klaus Rohring, one of the project organizers, recalls the famous passage of Ecclesiastes 3: "To everything there is a season.
In his celebration of the Book of the World as the living temple of God and in his confidence that the two pillars cannot disagree, Campanella is prepared to transform Ecclesiastes 3:11 from an attitude of desultory quarreling over the nature of the world to an actual invitation to freely investigating physical nature.
For decades Murphy was widely acknowledged as the nation's leading Catholic authority on the wisdom literature of the Old Testament, which includes the books of Job, Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Songs, Wisdom and Sirach.
George, North-Park, was somewhat nonplussed by the frequency of texts and sermons from the book of Ecclesiastes -- not usual Advent/Christmas fare.
There's nothing new under the sun': that's what you wrote, Ecclesiastes.
I found that in one single floor speech, he managed to quote the book of Ecclesiastes, Shakespeare's 'The Merchant of Venice,' Daniel Webster, and Rudyard Kipling.