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The Triple Tradition of the Exodus: A Study of the Structure of the Later Pentateuchal Books, Reproducing the Sources of the Narrative, and Further Illustrating the Presence of Bibles within the Bible

Overview

This volume critically focuses on the sources and authorship of the book of Exodus, extending its analysis to the end of the Pentateuch. Benjamin Bacon divides his work into three sections: an in-depth introduction to the subject, textual analysis, and sources reconstructed.

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Key Features

  • Focuses on the authorship of the book of Exodus
  • Offers an in-depth introduction to the subject, textual analysis, and sources
  • Includes analysis on the Pentateuch for extended research

Contents

  • Typographic Signs and Abbreviations
  • Part I
    • Exodus
    • Numbers
    • Deuteronomy
  • Part II
    • The Judæan Prophetic Narrative, Circ. 800 BC
    • The Ephraimite Prophetic Document E. Circ. 750 BC
    • The Priestly Law-Book P2 Circ. 450 BC

Praise for the Print Edition

His volume is a credit to American scholarship in a field where laborious research is required before a worthy result is reached and is an excellent example of modern scientific methods in Biblical criticism.

The Review of Reviews

This book will be both a guide to beginners in Pentateuch criticism, and a stimulus and help to advance students.

The New World

Product Details

  • Title: The Triple Tradition of the Exodus: A Study of the Structure of the Later Pentateuchal Books, Reproducing the Sources of the Narrative, and Further Illustrating the Presence of Bibles within the Bible
  • Author: Benjamin Wisner Bacon
  • Publisher: The Student Publishing Company
  • Publication Date: 1894
  • Pages: 390

About Benjamin Wisner Bacon

Benjamin Wisner Bacon (1860–1932) was born in Litchfield, Connecticut and educated at Yale College, where he was also appointed instructor in New Testament Greek and a professor of New Testament criticism and exegesis in the Yale Divinity School. His numerous works include The Genesis of Genesis, The Fourth Gospel in Research and Debate, and The Story of St. Paul.