Compose a ‘discussion’ in short essay form on insights garnered through a Jewish midrashic interpretation of the book of Numbers. (1 to 1.5 pages) How is

Compose a ‘discussion’ in short essay form on insights garnered through a Jewish midrashic interpretation of the book of Numbers. (1 to 1.5 pages)

How is the book of Numbers a story about the themes of journey, freedom, responsibility, and the ‘in-betweens’ of life?  

Offer your impressions on such an interpretative approach and how it can contribute to personal, communal, or ministerial encounters with biblical texts.  

Two pages total (1.5 spacing, TNR font). 

Submission Instructions:  

The paper is to be clear and concise, and students will lose points for improper grammar, punctuation, and misspelling.  

The paper is to be no shorter than 1 page in length and no more than 1.5 pages in length. The student will automatically lose points if these limits are not followed.  

Journal articles and books should be referenced according to the current APA style (the library has a copy of the APA Manual).  

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