bereshit

Paul Zellmer pzellmer at sc.rr.com
Sun Mar 17 15:23:09 EST 2002


As I looked it over, I realized that my comment on 20:5 was not clear.  The
point I was making is that the last three clauses are not part of a complex
unit.  They simply describe actions that took place during the choosing of
Israel.

Paul Zellmer

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Paul Zellmer [mailto:pzellmer at sc.rr.com]
> Sent: Sunday, March 17, 2002 2:33 PM
> To: Biblical Hebrew
> Subject: RE: bereshit
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>
> Ian,
>
> In the Ezek 20:5 passage, the last three clauses are not controlled at all
> by the first.  They are describing how Israel was chosen.
>
> In the Ezek 24:25 passage, you are dealing with a complex
> definite object of
> a single clause.  How does that show complex subordination?
>
> Paul Zellmer
>
>
>
> Ian wrote:
>
> > Whoops. Too much in a hurry. Try, with the same aim,
> > ie to show the government of complex subordination:
> >
> > Eze 20:5
> > bywm  bxry by$r'l
> >      w'$' ydy lzr` byt y`qb
> >      w'wd` lhm b'rc mcrym
> >      w'$' ydy lhm l'mr 'ny yhwh 'lhykm
> >
> > Eze 24:25
> > bywm qxty mhm 't-m`wzm m$w$ tp'rtm
> >               't mxmd `ynyhm
> >              w't-m$h np$m bnyhm wbnwtyhm
> >
>
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