[b-hebrew] Song of Deborah / Song of the Sea

dwashbur at nyx.net dwashbur at nyx.net
Wed Nov 8 20:01:35 EST 2006


Karl and I have had some knock-down-drag-outs in the past, but in this case I have to agree 
with him: this work is speculative to an unacceptable degree, and really doesn't solve 
anything.  I would not characterize it as either useful or agreeable.

On 8 Nov 2006 at 14:05, Jucci Elio wrote:

>  a useful and agreable tool :-)
> 
>  Thomas F. McDaniel, The Song of Deborah.  Poetry in Dialect.  A
> Philological Study of Judges 5, Translation and Commentary (2003)
> http://tmcdaniel.palmerseminary.edu/Deborah.pdf
> 
> 
> Elio Jucci
>     Pavia
>     http://dobc.unipv.it/SETH/
> 
> 
> > Hello,
> >
> > I have read any number of times in various venues and by various authors
> > how both the Song of Deborah and the Song of the Sea appear to be the
> > oldest parts of the Bible.  However, the various writers more or less take
> > this assertion for granted and move on.  They never make any argument to
> > support it and I have yet to find one.  So, is there some basis for this
> > claim, archaic grammar or vocabulary?  Any thoughts would be appriciated.
> >
> > --
> > Jack Tladatsi
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Dave Washburn
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