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Reading the Fractures of Genesis: Historical and Literary Approaches

by David McClain Carr

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David Carr shows how understanding the history of the formation of the book of Genesis impacts a reading of the book's final form. According to Carr, a clear understanding of Genesis can be obtained only when one takes seriously its complex and fractured nature, a multivoiced text that developed over many centuries.

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