[b-hebrew] to karl R... ... many monnikers
kwrandolph at email.com
Mon Jun 26 15:18:10 EDT 2006
The bad reputation for Benjaminites comes not from
intermarriage with others, rather from Judges 19-21.
Karl W. Randolph.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: C60605 at aol.com
> karl Randolph... ... Not only the names of individuals,
> > but also the heads of tribes who passed their names
> > onto their peoples and places.
> > qqqqqqq qqqqqqqqqq
> .. J Anna.... yes, it looks to non-scholar moi that such a process may be
> responsible for belief in existence of ''pre-jacob benjaminites.''
> Then, as we seem to agree, once the old testament benjaminites came along,
> inter-marriage would create even more confusion between the 'old'
> b group and
> the 'new' b group.
> i wonder if such a process explains the 'bad reputation' of tribe of
> benjamin among some writers of scripture and among writers of
> extra-biblical works.
> Almost as if they are looking down their noses at benajminites for being
> a 'mongrel' crew.
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