William H. Green (essay date 1892)
SOURCE: "Pentateuchal Analysis" in Moses and His Recent Critics, edited by Talbot W. Chambers, Funk & Wagnalls Company, 1892, pp. 101-37.
[In the following essay, Green focuses on the first eleven chapters of Exodus to claim, contrary to many other critics, that there is no convincing evidence for the hypothesis that the Pentateuch was composed by several authors who combined and enlarged three or four distinct treatises.]
In the limited space allowed in these essays it is impossible to undertake the full discussion of the critical division of the Pentateuch in all its length and breadth, to which such a multitude of volumes has been devoted, and upon...
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