[b-hebrew] Author of the Torah
peterkirk at qaya.org
Fri Jul 29 15:55:08 EDT 2005
On 29/07/2005 20:46, Brian Roberts wrote:
>On Friday, July 29, 2005, at 03:13 PM, Dave Washburn wrote:
>>On Friday 29 July 2005 13:04, Heard, Christopher wrote:
>>>On Jul 29, 2005, at 11:30 AM, Sujata wrote:
>>>>Outside the Torah, it is referred to as Torah Moshe in
>>>>1 Kings 2:3, Neh 8:1, 2 Chr 25:4, etc.
>>>What is the evidence to show that these references are to the canonical
>>What alternative interpretation can you offer?
>I would also want to know which canon is being referred to here? The
>universal elements shared by all canons? Or are talking about LXX versus
>Masoretic again? Or the Christian OT?
The books of Moses in the Christian OT are precisely what is in the
Masoretic text, at most give or take a very few textual uncertainties.
For these books this text is very close to the ancient LXX translation,
which is nevertheless a translation which no one would claim to be the
original words of Moses. So there is no doubt what is meant by the
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