[b-hebrew] Genesis 8:22
kwrandolph at email.com
Fri Apr 28 15:59:51 EDT 2006
Harold! Harold, Harold:
You're like a hound dog with a bone who won't let
go. When you're right, that tenaciousness is good,
but when you are wrong, ...
First of all, we are not impressed with your
Secondly, MW(D is used many times in Tanakh for
appointed time and/or place. That an appointed time
may correspond to a season is coincidence, not part
of the word's definition. That you insist that it
is part of the word's definition goes against good
Third, your use of poetry to insist on your
definition shows that your argument is weak, at
There are times to argue for your view, and there
are times when having the last word doesn't work. I
have the fault of wanting the last word too often,
and it looks as if you have the same problem.
Karl W. Randolph.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Harold R. Holmyard III" <hholmyard at ont.com>
> Dear Yitzhak,
> > I think you are mistranslating Psalm 104. The word mw(d very often
> > refers to the full moon holiday.
> HH: A full moon holiday is foreign to the context
> of the natural world of Psalm 104:
"Appointed times" is not foreign to this context.
> Harold Holmyard
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