[b-hebrew] The translation of ehyeh-- its meaning

Vadim Cherny VadimCherny at mail.ru
Sun Aug 7 03:48:11 EDT 2005


Shoshanna, where the text says so?

Vadim


> Unless it was G-d and Moshe, and it is a name of G-d, as the text says it
is.
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> Shoshanna
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>   In other words,
> the three words "ehyeh asher ehyeh"  indicate the
> ignorance of the scribe or copier.
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>     Uri
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> --- "B. M. Rocine" <brocine at twcny.rr.com> wrote:
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> ."...  I take ehyeh 'asher ehyeh to mean, "I
> > intend to be what I
> > always am." "...
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