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comment Arguments for early/late date of authorship of Daniel
@MarkEdward, you are correct. I was going off memory and forgot those guides.
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revised How many people were involved in the Exodus?
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comment Bart D. Ehrman - respected critic?
@WadCheber, my statements on Ehrman and the resurrection is an example of when he does not apply his own methodology. And I agree that evaluating on a person's beliefs is a terrible way to evaluate their contribution to a field of study, which is one reason I don't evaluate that way.
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comment How many Isaiahs?
Yes, single Isaiah. I'd write it up as a full answer if I remembered more details. ;)
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comment How many Isaiahs?
Stanley Horton supports the unity of Isaiah in his thesis and in commentaries. He supports it partially based on knowledge of Israel's flora, geography, and fauna in the "latter Isaiahs" that a member of the dispersion would not have. Likewise, those "latter Isaiahs," writing from the Babylonian captivity, do not make reference to Babylonian flora, fauna, geography. amazon.com/Isaiah-A-Logion-Press-Commentary/dp/0882433016
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