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The Pentateuch and the Documentary Hypothesis

The Pentateuch and the Documentary Hypothesis June 28, 2021

Whilst I am knee-deep in Joel Baden and Jeffrey Stackert’s The Oxford Handbook of the Pentateuch (masterful), as well Baden’s The Composition of the Pentateuch, with Friedman’s Who Wrote the Bible?, and a little bit of Digital Hammurabi’s Josh Bowen’s The Atheist Handbook to the Old Testament Volume 1 thrown in, and being halfway through Finkelstein and Mazar’s excellent The Quest for the Historical Israel, and whilst also reminding myself of Philip Davies’ Memories of Ancient Israel, I thought I’d hit you with a couple of videos involving some of those authors:

Also a neat synopsis reminder:

And one I am yet to watch but will soon:

Lots and lots of reading of some pretty heavy stuff is going on. Back to it…

 


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