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Theodore H Mann thmann at juno.com
Sat Nov 27 19:29:14 EST 1999


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Hello.  Is anyone home?  Can this ridiculous argument be brought to a
halt?

Dr. Theodore "Ted" Mann
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On Sat, 27 Nov 1999 16:06:15 -0800 "Michael Miles"
<michaelwm at earthlink.net> writes:
>
>Tony,
>
>Your take on the subject is the more correct than those here that 
>presume to
>have comprehension of the texts when they do not take them in based 
>upon
>what other parts of scripture dictate to be true.  If a person with 
>common
>sense, not mere scholarship in the tongue, were to dissect Genesis 1:2 
>in
>light of the verses in Jeremiah and Isaiah that I cited then they 
>could come
>to no viable conclusion, within the realms of common sense, other than 
>there
>infact being a gap of a large expanse of time being eluded to.
>
>All,
>
>Why is the word REPLENISH used in Genesis 1:28 when YHVH speaks to 
>the
>people created on the sixth day; those allowed to eat of any tree?  
>Check it
>in the Hebrew.  Some work for dissectors.
>
>Who is "thy seed" in Genesis 3:15, when YHVH is speaking to Satan?
>
>Who are the Kenites as mentioned in 1 Chronicles 2:55; tacked onto the 
>end
>of the listing of the tribe of Judah and what does their name mean?  
>Again,
>work for dissectors of Hebrew.
>
>What does the word <Strong's 8435 Hebrew> (to-led-ah) mean?  Check 
>it's
>every use in all of the Hebrew Scriptures and kindly explain why 
>people
>argue it to be used as a recapitulation of the creation of the sixth 
>day
>people when in fact it is not a recapitulation at all and serves to 
>prove
>that THE Adam, with the article and particle, was made on the eighth 
>day,
>after YHVH rested and found He had no man to till the soil.  More work 
>for
>dissectors.
>
>Just a friendly exercise in Hebrew both for those seeking truth and 
>those
>snooty with worldy wisdom but blinded by oneupmanship in the 
>"scholarly
>realm".
>
>Think on these things.  They are fundamental in truly UNDERSTANDING 
>the
>Biblical Hebrew.  I would assume that a Ginsu knife would be all that 
>one
>needs to merely dissect it.  Oh, and perhaps bandaids.
>
>Regards,
>Michael
>
>
>Tony wrote:
>
>
>> At 01:30 PM 11/27/99 -0800, you wrote:
>> [snip]
>> >Simple dissection of Biblical Hebrew offers NOTHING and is
>> >vanity indeed without blessings of comprehension from above.
>>
>> But, Michael, "simple dissection of Biblical Hebrew" is precisely 
>what
>this
>> list is all about. Those of us who subscribe to this list see value 
>in
>such
>> an endeavor. Since you do not, perhaps this isn't the list for you.
>>
>> Peace,
>> Tony
>>
>> P.S. I, too, am a Bible teacher, and I agree that prayerful 
>reflection on
>> the text can lead us where scholarship may not. But it is the 
>scholarship
>> that helps me to reflect fruitfully, and--even more important--that 
>keeps
>> me focused on what the text (God, if you will) is trying to say, 
>rather
>> than just on what I think the text is saying to me.
>>
>>
>>
>> Anthony Prete
>> 212 Marne Avenue
>> Haddonfield NJ 08033-1444
>> 856/428-1203
>> tonyp at waterwheel.net
>> tony at theotherside.org
>>
>
>
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