Flesh Becomes Word: A Lexicography of the Scapegoat or, the History of an Idea

Michigan State University Press (2013)
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A groundbreaking search for the origins of this expression, Flesh Becomes Word traces the scapegoat to its origins in Mesopotamian ritual across centuries of typological interpretation and religious reflection, to its first informal uses in ...



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