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The complete record of the birth of Moses has been divided into two parts. Details covering the birth are placed first (Exodus 2:1-10); his genealogy is second (Exodus 6:14-25). Each of the two records serves as a type of introduction to the two primary phases of his life. After his birth Moses lived in Pharaoh’s house as the son of Pharaoh’s daughter. After ...


I will base my answer on multiple authorship, while agreeing that simple assertion of multiple authorship is in itself insufficient explanation. I need to explain why multiple authorship leads to discontinuities of this nature. We would expect a single author of the entire book to place material in a logical order, so that the reader can follow the plot ...

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