Generally, the Jahwist presents a less supernatural world thanthe Elohist, for example, by Moses having no supernatural powers,but instead acting as an intercessor who begs God to undo each ofthe , after the has equally begged Moses for help. Nevertheless, the Jahwist is theonly source involving ,both in the tale of , and also in the episode ofthe of , neither of which appear in the Elohistwork.


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