Réforme interviews me on the famous story of David and Goliath.

In the Hebrew Bible, Goliath appears to be killed twice: once by David, and another time by Elhanan. Why is that so? What does that tell us about the redaction of the Bible?

I already answered several questions on this issue (see here and there), which also caught the attention of Réforme.

Go ahead and read the article on Réforme.net.

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