In response to my poll, and overwhelming majority of you said that you did not believe that "Our Torah is the same one (ie: word-for-word and letter-for-letter) that Moshe received at Sinai."
As many of you noted, the last few verses of the Torah were (according to some) written by Joshua, and much of Devorim is a valedictory oration that had to have been composed after the revelation at Sinai.
So let's move on. We're established that our Torah is not identical (ie: word-for-word and letter-for-letter) with whatever God gave to Moses at Sinai. But is it identical to the Torah Joshua brought with him into Israel? Here's the follow-up poll:
How many of you out in reader-land accept the truth of this statement:
Our Torah is the same one (ie: word-for-word and letter-for-letter) that Joshua brought into Israel.
A simple "yes" or "no" will suffice, and there's no need to put your name on it.