[sword-devel] new WLC module posted to beta
d.haslam at ukonline.co.uk
Sun May 24 09:00:17 MST 2009
For anyone who might be tempted to take more than a passing interest in the
documentary hypothesis, I would refer them to an analysis (1996) of
Pentateuchal Studies Today by my friend Gordon Wenham. See
The theological criticism is especially pertinent.
For an earlier and more accessible popular critique of the DH, readers may
like to take look at Josh McDowell's More Evidence That Demands a Verdict
Chris Little-2 wrote:
> Once you've got 1.6.0 in your hands and working, take a look at the new
> WLC module, based on WLC 4.10.
> The big new feature *should* be the use of native versification: Malachi
> will have 3 chapters, Nehemiah is the last book of the Bible, the
> Chronicles come between Malachi & Psalms, and the NT should be
> completely absent. (It all works fairly well in BibleCS.)
> For those with an interest, following the practice of the new upstream
> provider, the new edition also includes documentary hypothesis
> attributions where appropriate (placed within footnotes).
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