[b-hebrew] Zech 13:5
kwrandolph at email.com
Sun Jun 26 22:07:46 EDT 2005
This is the wrong form for the object of this verb to be also its subject. With a hiphil verb, it is possible that the subject is also an object, but the form here would then be HQNYTYNY, but here we find HQNNY.
I also have trouble squaring the claim that this is Messiah, as the immediate context is dealing with wickedness and false prophets. The wounds mentioned in verse six are consistant with the flagelation that was common among pagan religions.
Karl W. Randolph.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Steve Miller" <smille10 at sbcglobal.net>
> I know that "me" is the object of the hiphil verb "cause to aquire". As the
> object of "cause to aquire", "me" is the one who was caused to do the
> aquiring, hence "me" is the subject of "aquire". It is very easy for me to
> give many examples where the object of the hiphil verb is the subject of the
> base qal verb.
> -Steve Miller
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