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Empirical models challenging biblical criticism

Author: Raymond F Person; Robert Rezetko
Publisher: Atlanta : SBL Press, 2016
Series: Ancient Israel and its literature, number 25.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Empirical models based on ancient Near Eastern literature and variations between different textual traditions have been used to lend credibility to the identification of the sources behind biblical literature and the different editorial layers. In this volume, empirical models are used to critique the exaggerated results of identifying sources and editorial layers by demonstrating that, even though much of ancient  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Raymond F Person; Robert Rezetko
ISBN: 9780884141501 0884141500 9781628371321 1628371323
OCLC Number: 960422354
Notes: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Description: 430 pages.
Series Title: Ancient Israel and its literature, number 25.
Responsibility: edited by Raymond F. Person Jr. and Robert Rezetko.

Abstract:

"Empirical models based on ancient Near Eastern literature and variations between different textual traditions have been used to lend credibility to the identification of the sources behind biblical literature and the different editorial layers. In this volume, empirical models are used to critique the exaggerated results of identifying sources and editorial layers by demonstrating that, even though much of ancient literature had such complex literary histories, our methods are often inadequate for the task of precisely identifying sources and editorial layers"
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