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Genesis 22:19 - where is Isaac?

Yoreh's analysis that you cite is compelling, but does contain contradictions of its own. For example his 'pottery' analogy to the biblical text does emphasise the reverence that the ancients had for ...
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Genesis 22:19 - where is Isaac?

Background The answer is found in the New Testament: Accounting that God is able to raise up even from the dead. Whereupon also he received him for a parable. (Hebrews 11:19 DRA) λογισάμενος ὅτι καὶ ...
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Can we use "linguistic fingerprints" to identify different authors of the Bible?

"Linguistic Fingerprints" are a concept arising from the field of linguistic forensics. This discipline is divided into the examination of the written word and the spoken word. For the written word, ...
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Genesis 22:19 - where is Isaac?

There is enough evidence that Isaak was living after this event (see search result); the whole story of the people of Israel goes through him, as it is mentioned right in the verse above (22:18): And ...
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Are there Bibles with each JEDP source set aside separately?

Here is a book which shows the Torah with the JEPD breakdown throughout. The Bible with Sources Revealed Paperback – Illustrated, August 16, 2005. By Richard Elliott Friedman
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Can we use "linguistic fingerprints" to identify different authors of the Bible?

Samuel Davidson, D.D undertook a comprehensive study of the Old Testament in An Introduction to the Old Testament, Critical, Historical, and Theological, Containing a Discussion of the Most Important ...
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