[b-hebrew] OT: a link about Modern Hebrew
peterkirk at qaya.org
Thu Jun 10 06:08:03 EDT 2004
On 09/06/2004 14:51, Karl Randolph wrote:
>Looking at the first chapter, first verse in Isaiah and Micah, Isaiah started his work earlier (possibly also elder in years) and 2:2–4 is closer to the beginning of his book, than 4:1–3 in Micah. Furthermore, Isaiah indicates that this is a revelation specifically given to him, whereas Micah merely states that this is what is to be in the future.
Possibly, as I mentioned before.
>The mention in Jeremiah is merely a citation, not a quote.
The latter part of Jeremiah 26:18 is a word for word (although not quite
letter for letter) quotation of Micah 3:12.
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