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Exploring The Lost World of Scripture : A Critical Review

@inproceedings{Wendland2016ExploringTL,
  title={Exploring The Lost World of Scripture : A Critical Review},
  author={Ernst Richard Wendland},
  year={2016}
}
In this review article I engage with the various hypotheses, ideas and arguments set forth in the book by John H. Walton and D. Brent Sandy entitled The Lost World of Scripture: Ancient Literary Culture and Biblical Authority. This book discusses the key concept of biblical authority in relation to the realities of ancient oral and scribal culture and how a variety of circumstantial factors may have influenced the composition and transmission of the set of canonical books that are regarded as… 

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