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The Bible had Editors? – Paradigm E3

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How can a collection of ancient manuscripts written by numerous people over thousands of years tell one unified story? In this episode, Tim, Jon, and Carissa dive into how the Bible was written and how such a diverse collection of authors, literary styles, and themes can form one divinely inspired, unified story.

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Timestamps 

  • Part one (00:00 - 13:30)
  • Part two (13:30 - 22:00)
  • Part three (22:00 - 36:00)
  • Part four (36:00 - 45:40)
  • Part five (45:40 - end)

Referenced Resources

  • The Shape of the Writings (Siphrut: Literature and Theology of the Hebrew Scriptures), Julius Steinberg and Timothy J. Stone
  • The Journey from Texts to Translations: The Origin and Development of the Bible, Paul D. Wegner
  • Lee Martin McDonald’s collected works
  • Dominion and Dynasty: A Theology of the Hebrew Bible, Stephen G. Dempster
  • The Mission of God: Unlocking the Bible's Grand Narrative, Christopher J. H. Wright
  • Interested in more? Check out Tim’s library here.

Show Music 

  • “Defender (Instrumental)” by TENTS
  • "Aftersome" by Toonorth

Show produced by Cooper Peltz, Dan Gummel, and Zach McKinley. Show notes by Lindsey Ponder. 

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