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thetorah.com promotes arguments for the view that the Torah (and other books of Tanach) were written by multiple authors over a long period of time. They do this while still seeing themselves under the umbrella of Orthodox Judaism (Open Orthodoxy).

I've read that when this site came online two years ago, there were a lot of detractors. Could anyone point me to the articles arguing against thetorah.com, and are there any sites dedicated to arguing against each article on thetorah.com on an article by article basis?

(It's also strange that there's no biblical-criticism tag on this site. Seems like the perfect tag for this question.)

thetorah.com promotes arguments for the view that the Torah (and other books of Tanach) were written by multiple authors over a long period of time. They do this while still seeing themselves under the umbrella of Orthodox Judaism (Open Orthodoxy).

I've read that when this site came online two years ago, there were a lot of detractors. Could anyone point me to the articles arguing against thetorah.com, and are there any sites dedicated to arguing against each article on thetorah.com on an article by article basis?

(It's also strange that there's no biblical-criticism tag on this site. Seems like the perfect tag for this question.)

thetorah.com promotes arguments for the view that the Torah (and other books of Tanach) were written by multiple authors over a long period of time. They do this while still seeing themselves under the umbrella of Orthodox Judaism (Open Orthodoxy).

I've read that when this site came online two years ago, there were a lot of detractors. Could anyone point me to the articles arguing against thetorah.com, and are there any sites dedicated to arguing against each article on thetorah.com on an article by article basis?

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