[b-hebrew] Author of the torah
dwashbur at nyx.net
Fri Jul 29 13:15:19 EDT 2005
That's hardly the only argument necessary. Unbroken tradition from then down
to "modern" times attributes it to him, and must be taken into account. And
there are more references in the Torah to him writing down what he was told,
and none of them say he merely "scrawled a few things."
On Friday 29 July 2005 10:46, Jim West wrote:
> Well only one argument is necessary. No where in the Torah does the
> Torah say Moses wrote the Torah. He scrawled a few things but thats
> it. You will find not a single verse in all of Torah saying he wrote
> it. Hence, the assumption that he did is not even itself torah based.
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