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Dischronology and Dialogic in the Bible's Primary Narrative
Bergen, David A.

Piscataway, N.J.: Gorgias, 2009 pp. xii + 226. $105.00

Series Information
Biblical Intersections, 2

Description: How ought the Bible to be read? A dialogical struggle between Moses and God results in the publication of a lawbook within the storyworld. Observing how characters read this lawbook, the reader uncovers a surprising answer to this hermeneutical question.

Subjects: Methods, Literary Approaches

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Review by Sara Koenig
Published 8/15/2012
Citation: Sara Koenig, review of David A. Bergen, Dischronology and Dialogic in the Bible's Primary Narrative, Review of Biblical Literature [] (2012).

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