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This controversial national bestseller is an audacious work of literary restoration revealing one of the great narratives of all time and unveiling its mysterious author. The Book of J is an innovative look at the text that runs through the first five books of the Old Testament--a text probably written by an ancient woman. "A bold and deeply meditated translation . . . beguiling."--The New York Times Book Review. (Religious Reference / Study Guides)
Posted September 25, 2000
In this unique book there are several simularities between 'J' and the prophet Jonah. they lived around the same time. Both were Hebrew under the rule of Jerobaum II. Assuming the 'Book of Jonah' was written by the prophet, which illustrates all the charactoristics of a passionate yet powerfull writter and plus of course the obvious his name beggins with the letter J. My question is, Could the three texts of gennesis, exidus,and numbers, been written by the same oracle sent to nineveth by gods command?
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Posted September 13, 2010
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