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Jill Loree’s Top 10 questions about the Bible:


Can you help me understand how to read and interpret the Bible? Answer


What do you think is the place of myth in religion? Answer


There are many myths in Genesis, but there is one in particular that I would like to interpret. It is the one about the Tower of Babel. Answer


My question is about Job. For what failures or shortcomings in his life was he made to suffer so much? Answer


The word “fear” has come up a number of times, and you have used the words “irrational and unfounded fear.” This leads me to believe that there must be a rational and a founded fear. We are taught here, for example, that fear has a negative connotation and stands for a destructive emotion. And then we read in Scripture that “the fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom.” And also, in the Zohar (Book of Splendor) there is a comparison of love and fear of God to the wings of the bird. Can you speak a little about these two kinds of fear? Answer


Would you please elaborate on the psychological aspect of the fourth commandment to “honor thy father and mother”? Answer


Is the newly discovered Gospel According to St. Thomas genuine? Answer


In the Bible it is said that you should not create an image of God. What does this mean? Answer


Is there anywhere in the Bible, in the Old or the New Testaments, any mention of reincarnation? Answer


Bearing in mind that Adam and Eve in Genesis stem from the masculine and feminine, that is, the active and passive aspects of the spirit, why is it that it is the feminine and passive aspect that is shown as taking the first step toward the Fall of the Spirit? Answer

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