See the contribution of Rabbi Breuer and the responses of other Orthodox scholars to him in Shalom Carmy, ed., Modern Scholarship in the Study of Torah in the Orthodox Forum Series (Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2005). I have also known Orthodox laypersons who likewise have recognized the correctness of the documentary hypothesis. Meanwhile, other Orthodox writers about the documentary hypothesis and current scholarship have often been hopelessly out-of-date. They answered arguments that were a hundred years old, and they misunderstood the present state of evidence, both from the text and archaeology.