[b-hebrew] Author of the torah
jwest at highland.net
Fri Jul 29 13:22:40 EDT 2005
Dave Washburn wrote:
>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."
Tradition doesn't matter a tinker's tin.
There are three places where Moses is said to have written something- Ex
24:4, Dt 31:9, 31:22. An even not so careful reading will show that the
reference to Moses writing refers only to the present pericope.
D. Jim West
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