Sheep without a Shepherd

By Nestor Ravilas

When the visionary Daniel said that he sees someone like the son of man coming in the clouds, it marks that beginning of the new era in Israel’s eschatological hope. Once considered anomaly, apocalyptic literature that were produced during the last 300 years before the dawn of the Common Era now gaining recognition as source of revolutionary temperament of the people who just surfaced from long and traumatic exile.

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