[b-hebrew] logograms--an ode to Hebrew

Jim West jwest at highland.net
Fri Dec 24 07:05:36 EST 2004


At 03:15 AM 12/24/2004, you wrote:

>Of course that isn't exact.  I could write a book claiming that Henry
>Kissinger wrote it, but that wouldn't make it so.  In the same way there
>are apocalypses written in the name of Adam, Enoch and others; but I
>hardly think you would grant that any credence.  When a claim to
>authorship is challenged, the challenger is obliged to submit evidence
>which falsifies that claim.  Anyone wishing to deny the challenge is
>obliged to submit evidence falsifying the falsification.
>
>george

I think what some are missing is the simple fact that the books of the 
Hebrew Bible NEVER claim authorship by anyone!  Anywhere!  The 
superscriptions are centuries later.

Jim


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