Humanities Lecture 1.11

Humanities Lecture 1.11 - Humanities Lecture: 1/11 Early...

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Humanities Lecture: 1/11 Early History of the Bible I. Our Approach A. The Bible has a history 1. Is not a given, cannot be accepted as a fundamental aspect of history. 2. The critical analysis of the bible is a result of inconsistencies in the text. 3. The bible was undertaken by scholars who wanted to protect the scriptures. II. Bible Facts A. Generic Types 1. History: Pentateuch/Torah a) Many books brought together and combined into one text. b) Torah   Prophets   (Not sorted as genres) c) Genesis   Ester: History Books d) History Books known as Pentateuch/Torah e) These books were believed to be written by Moses. f) Academics have disproved this 2. Wisdom a) activities.  3. Prophecy a) Speeches and sayings by Issiah b) Written in poetry c) Narrations are from followers B. Hebrew Bible Canon 1. Torah: Ezra; After 458 B.C. a)
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