The use of the words Rod and Staff are examples of Jewish poetry, the rhyming of ideas, and they mean the same thing just said differently. Psalms 23 is the Shepherd psalm, so the Rod and Staff mentioned here is… Full Answer
Psalm 23 is a beautiful analogy that compares a Christian's relationship with God to that of a sheep and its shepherd. The "rod" or "staff" was carried by the shepherd to serve as tool of protection and guidance for the… Full Answer
It is by Oedipus' scarred ankles that the shepherd identifies Oedipus as the baby he rescues in "Oedipus Rex" by Sophocles (495 B.C.E. - 405 B.C.E.). Specifically, the three-day-old infant Oedipus has a rod run through both ankles. The rod… Full Answer
Madeleine Pickup has written: 'All about the German Shepherd dog' -- subject(s): German shepherd dog 'The German Shepherd Dog' 'The alsatian owner's encyclopaedia' 'The German Shepherd Dog (Alsatian) Owner's Encyclopaedia (Pelham Dogs)'
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