If you pick up a “scholarly” commentary on Genesis — or on any book of the Pentateuch — you will encounter some incomprehensible nonsense about fictional characters referred to as “J,” “E,” “P,” and “D.” (Dr. D does not appear in Genesis, as he is the mythical “editor” of Deuteronomy.) You might ask yourself who [Read more....]

 

Moses did. That’s the short answer, anyway, and blogs ought to be reasonably short and to the point. But let’s delve just a bit into the so-called “controversy” surrounding the question of who wrote the Pentateuch. Many of today’s theologians deny that Moses wrote Genesis, subscribing instead to a man-made theory which began to flourish [Read more....]

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