Metaphor in Biblical Poetry

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  6. Outstanding. May I suggest that to each of these videos, you add a bibliography for further reading, not in the video itself, but beneath it in the description. For instance, many viewers would probably like to read more about the Garden of Eden as a primordial temple. As a licensed tour guide in Israel and holder of a Masters degree from Hebrew University in religious studies, I will have come across such literature, but I guarantee that it is hard to come by by most American lay Christians. Therefore, a brief bibliography would be very helpful!

  7. Curious why you had an image of the garden of Eden at the end of the video as if you were implying it was a metaphor without actually saying anything about it.

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