[b-hebrew] comparative historical linguistics was Re: Nun-Tav-Vet root

Shoshanna Walker rosewalk at concentric.net
Thu Nov 30 10:25:59 EST 2006

I don't understand the question.  G-d "told" Moshe what to write.  I 
personally think it was via "automatic writing".  Other people 
claimed automatic writing (and Mozart claimed to write music that 
way), from lesser spiritual beings, so Moshe got his from G-d.


What do you mean by "given"?
Isaac Fried

On Nov 27, 2006, at 10:08 PM, Shoshanna Walker wrote:

> We believe that the Torah was given without any vowels, or even word
> separations.
> Shoshanna
>> I know you asked Peter, but I just wanted to point out that  Orthodox Jews
>> have always (or, in any case, for over a millenium), believed that 
>>the Torah
>> was given to Moses.
> I meant, the Torah with the Shin/Sin distinctions as we have them.
> Yitzhak Sapir
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