Circle of the rhetoric (Chasing one's tail)
stoney at touchwood.net
Thu Jul 18 14:30:35 EDT 2002
At 11:25 AM 7/18/2002, you wrote:
>I agree with all this below, except that scholars who have
>no trouble referring to the area of Iran when they mean Persia, or
> Iraq when they mean Babylon, somehow balk when they want
>to refer to the area of land covered by the modern State of Israel.
>Scholars who study the Roman period do not refer to Gaul
>when they mean the area of land included in modern
>France. People ought to apply the same logic, and use
>the name of the modern state. It is Israel.
Except the modern state of Israel does not include the core of ancient
Israel and ancient Judah.
THAI's LAW: For every vision there is an equal and opposite revision.
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