if at math.bu.edu
Fri Feb 4 11:50:06 EST 2011
1. Language, which was invented and perfected by "primitive" man,
should be very very simple.
2. A hebrew name is not a word, and we must be careful in analyzing
it, yet I am convinced that EL in EL-KAN-AH is, indeed, our EL. In
Gen. 14:19 we have: EL ELYON KON-EH $AMAYIM VA-AREC. Is this EL 'the
Isaac Fried, Boston University
On Feb 4, 2011, at 11:26 AM, fred burlingame wrote:
> Hello Isaac:
> lol ....
> perhaps, neither the language (spoken) or its writing system
> (printed words) are as complex as frequently implied & discussed
> here .....
> and the meaning of el-ka-nah? .... "G-d acquired?"
> fred burlingame
> On Fri, Feb 4, 2011 at 6:34 AM, Isaac Fried <if at math.bu.edu> wrote:
> 1. First of all you are instructed to recognize YI as 'he',
> referring to EL-KAN-AH. Then you are instructed to recognize TEN as
> 'give'. Then you are instructed to use your, God given, ample
> intelligence to get the picture.
> 2. SAGAR is devoid of identity markers and is therefore preceded by
> 'and God'.
> Isaac Fried, Boston University
> On Feb 3, 2011, at 4:05 PM, fred burlingame wrote:
>> a. first verb; prefixed form; yi-ten, יתן . The context of that
>> instructs me to read "he gave."
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