Documentary Hypothesis
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The purpose of this section of is to offer a view of alternative approaches to biblical criticism other than the supplementary hypothesis.
This page features the documentary hypothesis.
Note: No source is preserved completely according to this hypothesis, breaks in the narrative are marked by xxxxxxx
The Color Coded Sources
Documentary Hypothesis: Introduction
Home Page: Comparing the Hypotheses
Home Page: Supplementary Hypothesis