In a message dated 1/11/01 2:55:36 PM Eastern Standard Time,
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> The moralizing accompaniment: That Jephthah returned and won the
> battle signifies Jesus Christ, who after His Resurrection vanquished
> and trampled the devil under his feet. The daughter who came before
> him with timbrels and cymbals to celebrate him signifies Synagoga who
> comes before Jesus Christ and celebrates worldly things which are
> deniers and the flesh.
This is interesting. But I'm not understanding why Jephthah, a man who makes
a foolish vow,
would be thought of as comparable to Christ. Clarification, anyone?