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Old Testament Vs. Hellenic Text Divine Intervention
The Old Testament and Hellenic texts we have studied have numerous examples of divine intervention. The range and complexity in human affairs that these interventions occur have similar, yet different attributes. Both texts describe divine intervention as a way of explaining 'why things happen(ed) and being 'chosen' by God or gods to fulfill a destiny. Both also see divine intervention as something that can not be understood by humans; God or the gods have their reasons why people are 'chosen' and why certain gifts, events, and catastrophes happen and we will never understand the rea…
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