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As I mentioned some time ago, I have recently written a paper on the way that Luke and Paul see and appropriate the character of Moses, particularly in Acts 7 and 2 Corinthians 3. On Monday I submitted the final revision of that paper. It is significantly improved from the initial submission but still needs a little bit of work. I’ll see what my professor says when I get it back and if the changes required look reasonable I may reformat it for publication. In any case, this is one of the reasons blogging has been light lately so I thought it was only fair to reward my handful of loyal readers to read and critique the paper. If you do bother to read it and have any thoughts, please do let me know. Even if you think my argument is total bunk, it would still be nice to hear your thoughts. Follow the URL below to enjoy (or, you know, not).