Moses and Minimalism: Form Criticism vs. Fiction in the Pentateuch

Moses and Minimalism: Form Criticism vs. Fiction in the Pentateuch

English | September 14, 2015 | ISBN: 1942897014 | 133 Pages | AZW3 | 0.33 MB

The saga of Moses the Lawgiver is a mighty oak that has grown strong and thick through the centuries from an acorn of information found in the first five books of the Bible. But even the biblical Moses was the product of earlier stories, assembled by an unnamed, undated compiler. In "Moses and Minimalism," Dr. Robert M. Price applies the critical scrutiny of his biblical scholarship to an Old Testament figure as central, and yet mythical, as he has found Jesus of the New Testament to be.

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