Textual Scholars

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Cities Of Refuge - Origin and Development
... people, or, in some cases, passing cattle biblical scholars suspect that Israelite culture was originally no different ... Biblical scholars perceive this simple right of asylum at sanctuaries as being presented by the Covenant Code, which textual scholars attribute to the 8th century BC ... Biblical scholars also believe that this right was the context underlying the account in the Books of Kings of Joab and Adonijah each fleeing from Solomon to ...
Mighty Men Of David - The Thirty
... Textual scholars generally consider the Septuagint to be more reliable than the masoretic text in regard to this list, particularly since the masoretic text of Chronicles matches the ... For the remaining names of the list, there are some significant textual issues, the most minor of which being that the Books of Samuel lists Paarai the Arbite but the Book of Chronicles lists Naarai son of ... According to textual scholars Jonathan is distinctly associated by other parts of the Books of Samuel with the Hebrews, while Saul is distinctly associated with the Israelites (who the text ...
Tribe Of Joseph - Origin
... Jacob and Rachel, from whom it took its name however some Biblical scholars view this also as postdiction, an eponymous metaphor providing an aetiology of the connectedness of the tribe to ... According to several biblical scholars, Benjamin was originally part of the house of Joseph, but the biblical account of this became lost the account of the ... Furthermore, in the Blessing of Jacob, and elsewhere ascribed by textual scholars to a similar or earlier time period, a single tribe of Joseph appears where passages written later ...

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