Weighing the Identity Options of “The Isaiah Inscription”

The ‘Isaiah Bulla’ and the Putative Connection with Biblical Isaiah: A Case Study in Propospography By Christopher Rollston, George Washington University (rollston@gwu.edu) The Old Hebrew bulla excavated by Dr. Eilat Mazar, and published in Biblical Archaeology Review (March-May 2018) in an article entitled _Is this the Prophet Isaiah’s Signature(pages 65-73, notes on page 92) is… via The ‘Isaiah Bulla’ and the Putative Connection with Biblical Isaiah: … Continue reading Weighing the Identity Options of “The Isaiah Inscription”

Who Wrote the Torah According to the Torah? Prof. Christopher Rollston

Here is a succinct yet fairly comprehensive post on the authorship of the first five books of the Bible. It includes a writer profile and footnotes at the end. http://thetorah.com/who-wrote-the-torah-according-to-the-torah/ Jewish and Christian tradition ascribes authorship of the Pentateuch to Moses in the 13th century B.C.E. Is this what the Pentateuch itself implies about who wrote it and when? People participate in helping a scribe complete a … Continue reading Who Wrote the Torah According to the Torah? Prof. Christopher Rollston