[b-hebrew] continuum of dialects
tensorpath at gmail.com
Mon Jan 3 17:58:11 EST 2011
Thanks for your comments.
That is precisely the question, however; the point of departure from fact
into faith; and vice versa ...
does the factual record imply ezekiel tomb or a tomb?
does the archeological record imply daniel tomb or a tomb?
does the textual record infer nahum tomb or a tomb?
where is the boundary line? between fact ... and faith?
is the archeological and textual record implying hebrew as a language of 882
b.c., or the language of 882 b.c., judah?
On Mon, Jan 3, 2011 at 3:40 PM, Randall Buth <randallbuth at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Re: continuum of dialects (fred burlingame)
> > very interesting indeed;
> > that faith, not fact, dictates whether hebrew, hurrian, hittite or some
> > other language was spoken & written in hebron ... in 882 b.c.
> Actually, there is archaeological evidence and textual evidence, though
> For example, there was a conference yesterday at Bar Ilan dedicated to
> Hanan Eshel, where Aharon Dempsky interpreted the pieces of this
> evidence regarding literacy, though referring the audience to his
> published works for fuller discussion.
> Randall Buth
> Randall Buth, PhD
> randallbuth at gmail.com
> Biblical Language Center
> Learn Easily - Progress Further - Remember for Life
> b-hebrew mailing list
> b-hebrew at lists.ibiblio.org
More information about the b-hebrew