smille10 at sbcglobal.net
Wed Jul 27 21:06:39 EDT 2005
Along with James Reed, I also would very much like to hear the answer to Hayyim's question. Could you give us 5 example verses? This would be much more meaningful to me than the current discussion. Thank you.
Very interesting indeed. Can you give us an example of a verse which would
be translated differently and thereby change our understanding of what it
intends to tell us?
In a message dated 7/25/2005 4:37:07 AM Eastern Daylight Time,
furuli at online.no writes:
My conclusions are radical indeed, because they in a way turn of Hebrew
verb grammar upside down. An acceptance of the conclusions would have a great
impact on Bible translation, because thousands of verbs in modern Bible translations are in
need of re-translation. This relates particularly to the temporal references
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