[b-hebrew] Asher again
kwrandolph at gmail.com
Wed Jul 14 16:32:42 EDT 2010
On Wed, Jul 14, 2010 at 8:10 AM, Stoney Breyer <
stoneyb at touchwoodcreative.com> wrote:
> KR: Well, there is no argument.
> SB: And that's the point I've been trying to make from the beginning.
> Stoney Breyer
> Then why did you jump in and make it into an argument?
All I did was to mention the message included in the text, where I thought
it unnecessary to mention that many people consider that message a myth,
even including Jim Stinehardt, unnecessary to mention because it is so
widely so understood. I then contrasted that with the myth, a myth that has
many variants with Jim Stinehardt being an outlier towards the old end,
while most variants of that myth giving a date of authorship for the
Pentateuch as between late pre-Babylonian Exile to the Hasmonean age, a myth
that could give a completely different reading to the text. As far as I
know, in accordance with the rules on this list, I did not proselytize for
any understanding while discussing these options.
So why make it into an argument?
Karl W. Randolph.
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