[b-hebrew] b-hebrew Digest, Vol 61, Issue 13
kwrandolph at gmail.com
Mon Feb 4 09:37:22 EST 2008
Hopefully this issue has been put to rest.
It is the absence of documentary evidence and the lack of a universally
applicable method that make the scholars' religious affiliation important
(Why does he say that?). That goes for any claim, including mine. We need
documentation to establish history.
>From internal evidence, Torah was written in what we now call the 15th
century BC. There are those who call that date into question, and their
reasons for their objections need to be acknowledged. I have tried to limit
myself to a discussion of their reasons.
Hopefully this is the last of it.
Karl W. Randolph.
On Feb 3, 2008 2:22 PM, George Athas <george.athas at moore.edu.au> wrote:
> It's time to move away from talking about past scholars' religious
> affiliations. If you want to talk about the Deuteronomistic History,
> then do so and concentrate on that, please.
> Best Regards,
> GEORGE ATHAS
> Fellow Chairman, B-Hebrew
> Moore Theological College (Sydney, AUS)
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