[b-hebrew] Aramaic - Abba
peterkirk at qaya.org
Sat Jul 23 08:40:28 EDT 2005
On 23/07/2005 07:06, Dave Washburn wrote:
>On Friday 22 July 2005 18:57, Peter Kirk wrote:
>>On 22/07/2005 19:22, Harold R. Holmyard III wrote:
>>>... The Aramaic behind Matthew is
>>>êlî êlî lmâ ”vaqtanî. Whereas Mark has elohî
>>The former is Aramaic, but the latter is surely Hebrew. The Aramaic, if
>>not êlî, might be elahî, but not elohî.
>Not necessarily. ... It is also likely, as
>I have said before, that Jesus' words were rather slurred, considering his
>physical condition by the time he reached this point. ...
Fair enough, Jesus could have said something rather slurred which can be
understood as either Aramaic or Hebrew. The position I object to is the
one which claimes that ELWI is Aramaic but not Hebrew. Perhaps it could
be either, but it certainly could be Hebrew.
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