«Farber decided to remove all doubt about what his beliefs are, but at the same time expressed a sentiment that he really didn't understand their implications. On a fledgling website promoting an academic approach to the Torah, he expressed his disbelief in a number of the core principles of what it means to be an Orthodox Jew: the truth of the Torah, the historicity of the Torah, the reliability of Oral Law, and our descent from the Patriarchs Avraham, Yitzhak, and Yaakov. In saying this, he makes two bizarre statements: his belief system can be reconciled with, nay should become, what Orthodox Judaism is provided people are simply willing to make a "paradigm shift", and that there's no implications of making these declarations in a public forum since they are simply meant to stimulate conversation and open up a pursuit of truth.
9. Are you a Zionist? How do you relate to Israel in light of the fact that you don't believe the land was promised to Avraham, Yitzhak, and Yaakov?»
The College Rabbi » Farber's Folly
Does anyone realize how much the extreme Bible Critics support the Islamic view of the Tanach? We have our own fifth column in the battle for the hearts and minds of today's world.
The Yusaf Abudallah Ali translation of the Quran actually mentions DH in the footnotes, in a positive light.