Does this set have value for a Biblicist, one who believes the Bible?
Is it not a collection of comments by unbelievers?
Does it focus on grammar or does it focus on finding stuff like:
1) disagreements between authors & writings ("Paul says this, but John disagrees; in 1 Cor 15 Paul defends the resurrection, but in 2 Cor 5 he denies it.")
2) imaginary stuff, like opponents (Paul seems to say X, but actually he is just reflecting what a Gnostic opponent said),
3) critical conclusions which are contrary to what the text says ("Moses is quoted as saying, 'Build a tabernacle,' but actually it was written by P 1000 years later to justify having a temple.") The documents have no integrity; there are actually 3.14159 Isaiahs."
Edited by Enoch, 18 February 2014 - 01:50 PM.