Are there any editions or translations of the Bible which set aside each source (J, E, P etc.) separately? I am aware that there is a 'Book of J', the oldest text, I'm just wondering if there are any versions of the Tanakh (or at least the Torah) which separate each source to read independently. Thanks!

  • That's not really relevant though, is it? I'm asking for an edition which does accept the hypothesis.
    – Chilli
    Oct 16 '19 at 2:28
  • Are you looking for a text that has the traditional bible structure but with JEDP sources annotated/marked, or a text that has the JEDP sources and the traditional structure annotated. There may not be a big market for something that can't also be read as a regular bible, but for example Logos software allows you to query JEDP sources according to one hypothesis. There is also disagreement as to what goes in each JEDP component.
    – Robert
    Feb 21 at 23:49

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