The Apostle Table - Part II - Competent (Pressures: Response) IntransitivityReligion (2007)
The Apostle Table illustrates a New Testament encryption scheme revealed in the Book of Matthew. Specifically, the list of the twelve apostles in Matthew, 10:1-4, points to the Matthew, Chapters 8 and 9, disciple characterizations. The disciples metaphorically characterize the social choice theory aspect of the scripture writers' (ordered relations theory: social choice theory: welfare model) regression. The paper is written in two parts: I. The Exogenous Pressures; and, II. The Endogenous Response. Interestingly, the paper explains why the crucified Jesus could not get off the cross.
- social choice theory; ordered conflict resolution; ethics and economics; apostles; disciples; Jesus; Christ; John the Baptist
Publication DateSeptember, 2007
Citation InformationDavid Randall Jenkins. "The Apostle Table - Part II - Competent (Pressures: Response) Intransitivity" Religion (2007)
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