This work is the result of over three decades of pondering over the biblical text in the Hebrew original, and of weighing carefully the theories of a host of Biblical Scholars from Julius Well hausen onwards. In the past few decades the Historical Critical Method has been questioned, and is now largely abandoned by most scholars. The science of Hermeneutics looks at the finished literary product, rather than for hypothetical original authors, redactors, or literary strands. The author points to the fact that we have only the Pentateuch before us. Nothing else ever existed in history! This can be seen from the fact that the Jewish Hebrew-speaking community of faith and the Greek Diaspora, the dissidents at Qumran, the Samaritan community, and the Sadducees, venerated only the Pentateuch which they accepted as their normative Holy Scripture. He gives ample proof from the five so-called ‘books’ of the Pentateuch that the perspective of each ‘book’ is post-exilic, the time when all these were welded into one. Whether each of them ever had a separate existence is left to future discoveries to establish. The Pentateuch was meant to give the Jews an identity, to shape their lives, and help them to dialogue with other religions. It is during the Babylonian exile that the Jews began their dialogue with the Mesopotamian religions and cultures, and engaged in what can be called reductionism. The perspective of the Pentateuch is post-exilic, when the Jews came to believe in Monotheism. It is here that they made the move from a Tribal God to a Creator God. In other words it is in the post-exilic time that they came to the conclusion that the God of Israel is the God of all!