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Daily Archives: February 18, 2011
“Early Days at Tuskegee”
In Booker T. Washington’s Up from Slavery, I read Chapter 7, “Early Days at Tuskegee.” Booker T. Washington is known for his work with the Tuskegee Institute in Alabama. In this chapter, he talks about its incredibly modest beginnings, as … Continue reading
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Whybray and Oral Transmission
I’m still working my way through R.N. Whybray’s Making of the Pentateuch. In my reading today, Whybray continues his critique of the Documentary Hypothesis. John Anderson has a summary of Whybray’s problems with the Hypothesis here. And he also has … Continue reading
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