[b-hebrew] exodus, dating of linguistics
Harold R. Holmyard III
hholmyard at ont.com
Wed Jun 2 22:24:19 EDT 2004
>At the risk of opening a can of worms, I think Peter and Uri were
>referring to JEDP and the Documentary Hypothesis. According to this
>Deuteronomy was "found" in the temple and was the impetus for the
>Josianic reforms. It was, shall I say, an "occassional piece", i.e.
>written for the occassion. The histories were then written upon the
>program of Deuteronomy with the centralized sanctuary, etc.
>What some say may not have been so that Uri referenced is that not all
>agree to the Documentary Hypothesis.
>As regards your "the Bible tells me so" approach --
>"Things are not always as they seem.
>Skim milk oft masquerades as cream."
HH: I'm well acquainted with the Documentary Hypothesis. I'll wait
for Uri's explanation. I did not get that from Peter's remark. Jesus
took the Bible at its word, as far as we know.
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