Mola Ram Suda Ram Posted May 9, 2009 Share Posted May 9, 2009 Yes, those nineteenth century eyewitnesses to all the now missing material. Pity those exist, as without them the critic's forensic preoccupations would have greater plausibility then at present. With them, the whole theory that all presently existing material is the source/origin of the ideas and text represented in the BofA are in danger, at any time, of disappearing in a puff of oily smoke.♦This is what I think is so interesting. What ever the out come I can't crunch the numbers on this stuff it is way over my head. I enjoy a good debate though. I find it interesting that we do have eye witness accounts of a "long" scroll. I think this debate on the scroll length could go on for an eternity. I find the eye witness account compelling. Oh well. Link to comment
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