creation and apparatuses (apparati)
John D Robinett
jrobinett1 at wi.rr.com
Thu Jun 27 23:34:35 EDT 2002
Didn't mean to go into theology. I was not sure what definitions the
group was holding to. SO a question then. Could you still not use the
other references to help understand it? Or is this question questioning
the validity of the older references proper interpretation?
From: Christian M. M. Brady [mailto:cbrady at tulane.edu]
Sent: Thursday, June 27, 2002 9:26 PM
To: Biblical Hebrew
Subject: Re: creation and apparatuses (apparati)
On 6/27/02 3:33 PM, "John D Robinett" <jrobinett1 at wi.rr.com> wrote:
> Im new to this group, and new to the study of biblical Hebrew. But I
> want to ask a question make a point. WOuld not the G-d be consistent?
> my studies I tend to try and se if a theme or a hypothesis can be
> by another portion of scripture. SInce G-d would not be
> does the rest of the Torah have to say about working 7 days straight.
> include the working of the land (how many years the land was to be
> and then given rest) etc.? (I am familiar with this partially but I
> gratly interested in this other aspect of this conversation.
John you will hear soon from others, I imagine, but just to warn you
you are new to the list: your thoughts have moved into theology and this
list is dedicated to discussing biblical Hebrew. God-talk is strongly
(After all, scholars don't believe all this God talk, do they :^) NB:
was an attempt at humor...)
cbrady @ tulane.edu
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