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Who Wrote the Bible? (English Edition) par [Friedman, Richard Elliott]
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Brilliantly presented: There is no other book like this one. It may well be unique. --Los Angeles Times

It is an event to have a book as readable and exciting as Who Wrote the Bible? It has about it the resounding smack of solid truth. --Harvard Magazine

A contemporary classic that is a thought-provoking and perceptive guide to the Bible's authorship. --New York Times Book Review

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The contemporary classic the New York Times Book Review called “a thought-provoking [and] perceptive guide,” Who Wrote the Bible? by Richard E. Friedman is a fascinating, intellectual, yet highly readable analysis and investigation into the authorship of the Old Testament. The author of Commentary on the Torah, Friedman delves deeply into the history of the Bible in a scholarly work that is as exciting and surprising as a good detective novel. Who Wrote the Bible? is enlightening, riveting, an important contribution to religious literature, and as the Los Angeles Times aptly observed in its rave review, “There is no other book like this one.”

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The simplistic idea that the Bible is the word of God, and that every single word of it has to be trusted at face value without discussion is really very far from the real evolution of a series of epics from various origins. The Hebrew mythology has its richness, only known by dedicated analysts of the antiquity. The Book as we know it, as we have it is in fact a total remastering in one treatise, rewritten by the prophet Ezechiel and his group of priests-writers during the sixth and the fifth centuries B.C.E. to make it easier for the lay people to use for comforting their beliefs. But it definitely is a remastering of multiple origins, of myths which are now relatively well known by very few people. It is full of conflicting traditions, and its understanding is not an easy task. Especially since it is filled with symbolic images, only understood by those who know their origins. The Bible is by no means a history book, and should never be read as such.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 He shows reasons why Moses did not write the Pentateuch, but 4 different authors and a Redactor wrote it. 29 octobre 2013
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The books reads like a mystery. Richard Elliott Friedman is a recognized biblical scholar fluent in all the ancient languages of the bible: Aramaic, Greek, Hebrew, etc.

He analyses the writing styles and favored words used for each writer. The general time era they wrote in, their own history and viewpoint, plus their political leanings. The 1st, "J", could have been a woman around 800BC. J talks about love and forgiveness, defends Moses and Judah, defends the Davidic royal house, is critical of Aaron, talks about Mt. Sinai, and refers to God as Yahweh. The 2nd, "E", is a Levitical priest from Shiloh around 750BC. He also defends Moses and Israel, is critical of Aaron, talks about Mt. Horeb, and refers to God as Elohim. He is more into crime and punishment. The 3rd, "P", is a Aaronid priest in the age of King Hezekiah around 720BC. He elevates Aaron, the Aaronid priesthood, and discusses the fees paid to priests, and minimizes Moses. He talks about Mt. Sinai, and refers to God as Elohim. The 4th, "D", wrote most of Deuterotomy about 600BC, and the next 7 books of the bible. He writes to provide grounds for King Josiah's religious reforms, and is identified with the Levitical priests of Shiloh. Uses Mt. Horeb and is like Jeremiah.

The Redactor, Ezra, is another Aaronid priest, around 400BC who weaves the 4 separate, sometimes conflicting stories into a synergistic masterpiece.

Friedman then goes over the 1st 5 books of the bible and shows which author wrote each part.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Deserves a Second Reading? Why? 3 septembre 2014
Par J. Mclarty - Publié sur
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This scholarly yet easy reading book consolidates and builds upon research efforts over centuries of just who the writers of the first eleven books of the Bible (Torah and histories) were. Presented with clarity and simplicity, it also leads us, like a good mystery does, to anticipate who the writers might be until finally assembling the clues to reveal each writer (as much as possible). Moreover, the framework that the investigation reveals is the crisis events of the Hebrews up to the beginning of the second temple period, including how the resulting socio-political forces influenced the perspective of the writers. Fascinating and edifying how those perspectives of the several writers were artfully pieced together over about a thousand years to create a whole much greater than the parts. I am eagerly anticipating how this knowledge will enhance my subsequent reading and understanding of these Old Testament books.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 WHO DONE IT? 22 mars 2014
Par Robert Williams - Publié sur
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Richard Elliott Friedman, in his book, 'Who Wrote the Bible ?' tells an amazing story how the Old Testament Bible was written, who wrote it and when.

Since Sunday school, I was told and believed that it was Moses who wrote the Holy Scriptures or Pentateuch, or the first five books of the Old Testament, including Genesis and Deuteronomy. Friedman, through a careful process of scholarship and sleuthing shows us how, with a high degree of certainty, the books of the Old testament were written, not by Moses, but by several authors or priestly scribes centuries later whom he labels J E P and D, plus a Redactor (believed to be Ezra) who skillfully edited and combined the several sources into one document or Torah.

Friedman's book is highly readable and is hard to put down. His credentials as a biblical scholar are impeckable. He gives firm evidence for each of his assertions, based upon the work of many other scholars and writers, including his own teacher, Frank Moore Cross at Harvard University.

After reading his book, I now believe I have a greater understanding of not only who the authors were and when they wrote, but the reasons why they did what they did. In bygone years anyone who questioned the authorship of the Bible would have been punished for heresy. It has only been since Pope Pius X11 in 1943 who "encouraged scholars to pursue knowledge about biblical authors". Thus, we are now free to do do without public condemnation.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Inconsitencies in the Old Testament 26 juillet 2014
Par David Creighton - Publié sur
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Excellent book. Answers many of the questions I had about the Bible as a teenager. Makes a. Lot of sense and fits in with other theological books I've read. If you've wondered why Genesis chapter ! says God made man and woman out of the dust of the earth, and chapter two says Eve was made from Adam 's rib, it's explained. Or why, it says the flood was forty days and forty nights, then later on one -hundred -fifty days, it gives you insight. I go back and read the book again every few years I like it so much. It's logical, well researched, but not pendantic. I've loaned it to friends, and usually ended up having to buy another one.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A titanic achievement of scholarship, this book would require ... 9 mai 2016
Par Barry Rucker - Publié sur
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A titanic achievement of scholarship, this book would require several re-readings to comprehend it thoroughly. The title is a misnomer, since the book only identifies the authors of 11 books of the Old Testament. The author provides his own translations of biblical verses from the Hebrew, but the translations are difficult to understand--I found myself having to repeatedly turn to my own New Revised Standard Version to understand the verses. The book is quite time-consuming to read, because the biblical citations are not in the text; rather, one must continually follow footnotes to the back of the book in order to discover what biblical verses are being cited. I plan to re-read this book, to learn more from the feast of knowledge that is presented.
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