jwest at highland.net
Wed Sep 1 15:45:09 EDT 1999
At 03:15 PM 9/1/99 +0000, you wrote:
>1. Where did the tetra in tetragrammaton come from? Just the Greek?
yup. Its not a Hebrew word.
>2. If there was a miscontruing of the divine name, why was there not a
>misconstruing of elohim?
because the divine name is yahweh- and elohim is a title, not a name.
>3. What constitutes a word in hebrew?
??? what constitutes a word in any language... ideas expressed verbally.
>4. What is the best way to describe the difference between a root and a
There is no difference. Just like there is no difference between
conjugating and parsing.
Jim West, ThD
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