Lemba and Other African Communities Indicate Close Similarities with Pre-Talmudic Israelite Religion

Source: Teaching and Interpreting the Old Testament in Africa: Written Word, Archaeology and Oral World (University of South Africa) 2012 A.D.

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The multi-disciplinary approach that takes seriously the oral traditions of a people is my overall way of forming historiography and it is illustrated extremely well in this source with its focus on the Lemba.

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