Niels Peter Lemche
npl at teol.ku.dk
Wed Dec 29 12:20:19 EST 1999
> Because in this area as in others we follow analogy. We have methods of
> dealign with other texts which tell us that the date of an extant fragment
> is not the date of the document. You have to give a reason as to why the
> dating of the Biblical text is not to be approached in the same way as the
> dating of Plato and Aristotle.
> moshe shulman mshulman at NOSPAMix.netcom.com 718-436-7705
[Niels Peter Lemche] I have already answered that question: read
the scholarly literature from the last 200 years. Ot at least some qualified
introduction to OT studies. It is available, and I gave an excellent title
for people with a conservative outlook. But also for people on my line.
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