- Title Pages
- 1 Diverging Accounts within the Kadesh Inscriptions of Ramesses II
- 2 The Exodus Sea Account (Exod 13:17–15:19) in Light of the Kadesh Inscriptions of Ramesses II
- 3 Divergent Histories between Original and Renewal Treaties in Hittite Diplomatic Literature
- 4 Retold History in the Book of Deuteronomy in Light of the Hittite Treaty Tradition
- 5 The Pivotal Characterization: Ancient Law as Non-Statutory Law
- 6 The Misapplication of “Strict Construction” and the Semblance of Contradiction
- 7 Honoring a Law Code and Diverging from Its Dictates in the Neo-Babylonian King of Justice and in the Book of Ruth
- 8 Blending Discordant Laws in Biblical Narrative
- 9 Legal Revision in the Torah Law Collections: Supersessionist or Complementary?
- 10 Redacting the Torah’s Conflicting Laws: New Empirical Models
- 11 A Critical Intellectual History of the Historical-Critical Paradigm in Biblical Studies
- 12 The Abuses of Negation, Bisection, and Suppression in the Dating of Biblical Texts: The Rescue of Moses (Exodus 2:1–10)
- 13 Source Criticism and Its Biases: The Flood Narrative of Genesis 6–9
- Conclusion: A New Path Forward
- Select Bibliography
- Subject Index
- Index of Scriptural Passages
- Inconsistency in the Torah
Joshua A. Berman
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