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Bertolt Brecht: Those who took the meat off the table

Original link: http://www.ideobook.com/3226/bertolt-brecht-those-who-take-meat-from-table/ Translated by Huang Xueyuan Those who take the meat off the table teach people to be content. Those who enjoy tribute ask people to give of themselves. Those who are hungry describe to the hungry the great times to come. Those who led the empire to the abyss claimed that mortals were …

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Bertolt Brecht: Bad Times for Poetry

Original link: http://www.ideobook.com/3222/bertolt-brecht-bad-time-for-poetry/ Of course I know: only happy people are popular. People love to hear his voice. His face is also pretty. The crippled tree in the yard showed that the soil was bad, but people passing by called it a cripple for good reason. I could see none of the green boats and …

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Bertolt Brecht: Doing Bad Things Like Rain

Original link: http://www.ideobook.com/3220/bertolt-brecht-when-evil-doing-comes-like-falling-rain/ Huang Canran’s translation is like a person delivering an important letter to the reception after get off work: the reception is closed. Like a man trying to warn the city of an impending flood, but speaking another language. They don’t understand him. Like a beggar knocking on a door for the fifth …

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Feng Xiang (Annotation): New Heaven and New Earth (Revelation 20:11-21:8)

Original link: http://www.ideobook.com/3203/new-heaven-new-earth/ This paragraph writes about the Last Judgment and the New Jerusalem/Kingdom Coming. Judgment, mishpat, at its root, is the judgment of human affairs or the politics of the world. God created the world, at the beginning of his administration, as “the judge of the earth” and “presiding over justice”, ya`aseh mishpat, Genesis …

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Feng Xiang: Praise of Christ (Colossians 1:15-20)

Original link: http://www.ideobook.com/3200/christ/ Traditionally, thirteen of the New Testament’s epistles (Romans to Philemon) are listed under Paul’s name. The nineteenth century saw the rise of modern biblical studies in Germany. After years of research and analysis, scholars have eliminated six links, and attributed them to Paul’s posthumous writings, namely three “pastoral letters”, “1 Timothy”, “2 …

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Feng Xiang (annotation): Although he is in the image of God (Philippians 2:6-11)

Original link: http://www.ideobook.com/3198/being-form-god/ The Philippians, belonging to Paul’s “Tablet in Prison”, are in “strife” for being “in chains” for the preaching of the Gospel, Phil 1:7, 13, 30. However, this poem is generally considered to be not his original, but a reference to the carols of worship by predecessors or people of the time. The …

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Feng Xiang: Death has been swallowed up by victory (1 Corinthians 15:51-57)

Original link: http://www.ideobook.com/3196/death-swallowed-victory/ When it comes to preaching, Paul often says, “Whoever believes will be saved, the Jew first and the Greek after”, Romans 1:16, 2:9-10. This sequence is dazzling to people today, and the “politics” is very “incorrect”, but it was set by Jesus. The Son of Man assigned tasks to the Twelve Apostles, …

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Feng Xiang (annotation): Loving the enemy (Luke 6:27-38)

Original link: http://www.ideobook.com/3174/love-your-enemies/ Most of Jesus’ teachings and allegories are straightforward prose. But Luke’s writing, sometimes with poetic rhetoric, gentle style, rich vocabulary, eruditissimus (Saint Jerome), is comparable to the solemnity of “Hebrews” quotations; one says he is the author of “New Testament” The only foreign race (“Greeks”) in the country. “Love your enemy”, commentators …

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Feng Xiang: Bibliography of “Psalms”

Original link:http://www.ideobook.com/3180/bible-as-poetry-bibliography/ This book is based on the original text of the translated poems and quotations, and I have translated the five holy books “Torah”, “Book of Wisdom”, “New Testament”, “Book of Prophets” and “Book of History” (2006, 2008, 2010, 2020, 2021) Identical: The Hebrew Bible uses the German Stuttgart version of Kittel-Kahle-Elliger-Rudolph Traditional Version …

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