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This come up regularly in various forms and is summarized (paradoxically) by Jeremiah: Lam 3:38 - Do not both adversity and good come from the mouth of the Most High? The idea of the Divine Passive is one that is not explicit in the Bible but was created to explain the available, apparently contradictory, facts. Here are some examples: 2 Sam 24:1 vs 1 ...


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The study of Higher Criticism in Biblical Literature indicates four strands of histort. (J,E,D, and P). The J and E histories contain many double narratives because the early J history stories told by word of mouth are repeated by the Ephraimites and those stories by word of mouth dropped the Judah tribal names and replaced them with the tribal names of the ...


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