Segmenting the Bible

Segmenting the Bible July 26, 2012

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  • Gary

    I got excited, thinking it was a JEDP discussion. How disappointing. “Integrity”….2nd order effect. Dismembering the already assembled dismembered.

  • Allan

    I’m not too fussed about segmentation. There are many ways of reading the bible outside of narrative criticism. Also, that seems too sharp a distinction between “inspired” authors and “uninspired” interpreters. My inclination is that inspiration is much more complex and ambiguous than this.