There are many voices in scripture, yet seldom do we hear that of scribes. One strategy ancient Jewish scribes used to transmit and create works was the practice of pseudepigraphy. What was it, how did it work, and why did it breathe new life into overlooked biblical characters? The post What is Pseudepigraphy and How Did It Shape Scripture? appeared first on Biblical Archaeology Society .
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