[b-hebrew] Is.45:7 God created evil?
Christopher.Heard at pepperdine.edu
Fri Aug 5 00:14:15 EDT 2005
So are you suggesting that in a construction with SWT ... L)MR +
imperative ..., the speaker who is the subject of the verb SWT
doesn't really want the addressee to do what is specified in the
imperative mood? I have a hard time seeing that, but I've hardly done
an exhaustive study of SWT in other passages.
On Aug 4, 2005, at 8:37 PM, Karl Randolph wrote:
> That depends on the role of L)MR in a sentence.
> If it were a command, it would be "...CWH...L)MR..."
> A declaration "...XWH...L)MR..."
> An expression "...DBR...L)MR..."
> A shout "...C(Q...L)MR..."
> A complaining murmer "...RGN...L)MR..."
> From these and other examples, the phrase L)MR is not a
> verb, but the equivelant to the English word "quote" to put
> into words what is commanded, declared, expressed, shouted
> and so forth. An English example would be "As he sank in the
> quicksand, he shouted, quote, Get me out of here!"
> Karl W. Randolph.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Heard, Christopher" <Christopher.Heard at pepperdine.edu>
>> It seems to me that the verb, however, does not mitigate the _direct
>> discourse_ presented at the end of 2 Sam 24:1. YHWH, or perhaps more
>> precisely the anger of YHWH, "says" (אמר )MR) to David, "Go,
>> count ..." That is much more than "allowing."
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R. Christopher Heard
Assistant Professor of Religion
Seaver Fellow in Religion
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