22, 2 f., 16, where Massah occurs alone): P's version of striving at Meribah, in which traces of J's account have been preserved, is given at Num.
J's narrative xxiv.
1 The conclusion of J's narrative is given in ch.
Lob-16, 23, 24, it is more probable that J's version was discarded by RJE in favour of E's, and was afterwards restored by RD.
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In this section the editor has undoubtedly made use of the parallel narrative of J, though it is impossible to determine the exact point at which J's account is introduced: certainly ii.
The name of Aaron has certainly been introduced by a later hand in J's account of the plague of frogs (viii.
Other distinctive features of J's narrative are: (I) Moses alone is bidden to interview Pharaoh (vii.
Thus J's regulations for the Passover (xii.
The latter point is all-important, and no regulations are given for the paschal meal (which, possibly, formed no part of J's original account).
J's account, again, makes important exceptions (xiii.
J's version of the Song of Moses probably does not extend beyond xv.
Contain J's account of the sweetening of the waters of Marah, with which has been incorporated a fragment of E's story of Massah (xv.