jack_stewart_ at hotmail.com
Tue Mar 26 09:25:27 EST 2002
I think that L:HaB:RiY):aKeM is built from a different stem (with,
admittedly, the same radicals) than our standard Gen. 1:1 'Bara' i.e. BDB
In a message dated 3/26/2002 6:09:05 AM Eastern Standard Time,
iangoldsmith1969 at yahoo.co.uk writes:
>In the hope of distracting you from the b'reshit
>debate and so freeing up my mailbox....
>Is it true to say that the verb 'bara' to create is
>solely used in connection with God and that whilst man
>may 'make' or 'do' etc, he is never recorded in the
>OT as 'creating'/'bara'?
Yes, it is becoming somewhat tedious; I agree.
What do you think of 1 Sam 2.29 in this regard? (Sorry about that R")$iYT in
LfMfH TiB:(:a+W. B.:ZiB:XiY W.B:MiN:XfTiY ):a$eR CiW.iYTiY Mf(oWN
)eT_BfNeYKf MiM.eNiY ** L:HaB:RiY):aKeM ** M"R")$iYT K.fL_MiN:XaT Yi&Rf)"L
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