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I believe that we are ready for a new critical edition of the Hebrew Bible. We now have sufficient ancient texts and critical tools to improve the Hebrew text that has come down to us as the textus receptus, the Masoretic Text, or MT...
Bible Review, August 2000
Recent attacks on the historicity of the Exodus raise the question of whether or not a text prepared long after the event is likely to be historically accurate. For it is undoubtedly true that the text of Exodus was prepared centuries after...
Biblical Archaeology Review, July/August 2000
The Book of Jeremiah (or should we say the Books of Jeremiah?) provides us with a unique opportunity to explore how a biblical book developed over time. That is because we can compare in detail two quite different versions that have come down...
Bible Review, June 2000
On the outskirts of Jerusalem’s oldest Armenian neighborhood, you’ll find a ramshackle junkyard with a beautiful floor.
Archaeology Odyssey, July/August 2000