[b-hebrew] Authorship of Daniel

Jan-Wim Wesselius jwwesselius at mail.thuk.nl
Wed Nov 9 11:00:03 EST 2005

See my article in the newest issue of Aramaic Studies, "The Literary Nature
of the Book of Daniel and the Linguistic Character of its Aramaic"
(accessible through http://ars.sagepub.com, apparently free until the end of
December, though I do not know the details), in which I address these issues
from the literary point of view. And yes, I think that there was one author
(or group of authors) only, though he may have used various sources, of
Jan-Wim Wesselius, Theological University of Kampen, the Netherlands

On 11/9/05, Gary Hedrick <garyh at cjfm.org> wrote:
> Has anyone on this list done any research on the Hebrew/Aramaic
> text of Daniel and its possible bearing on theories of multiple
> authorship?
> Differences in style and vocabulary supposedly indicate separate authors
> (and time-frames) for chs. 1-6 and 7-12. But the Aramaic portion of Daniel
> actually extends into both of these sections (2:4b - 7:28), so wouldn't
> these same purported differences also need to present themselves in the
> Aramaic? But for our purposes here, I'm more interested in knowing how
> compelling the evidence for multiple authorship is in the Hebrew text of
> Daniel.
> Gary Hedrick
> San Antonio, TX
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