[b-hebrew] dying you will die

Scott McAliley scottanderin1 at hotmail.com
Fri Apr 6 01:46:55 EDT 2007


If by what you wrote, you mean that Adam was already immortal before sin, 
but then lost his immortality, then I would like to know where you are 
finding that, because while that is claimed overwhelmingly, I cannot find 
any evidence for it.  If however you are referring to the fact that 
immortality was only available in the eating from the Tree of Life, then I 
am in agreement since this is what is clearly stated in God's Word.

Scott McAliley

>There is nothing redundant in the Torah.  It doesn't mean you will
>surely die.  It means that from that day on you will be subject to
>death, as Adam was at first created to me immortal.
>And there is NO reference or hint or prediction of Jesus here.
> >
> >4. On the textual side, all I said was that I am unhappy with the
> >translation of MOT TA-MUT as "you will surely die". The word 'surely'
> >is, in my humble opinion, surely
> >redundant.
> >
> >Isaac Fried, Boston University
> >
> >On Apr 5, 2007, at 2:35 PM, Scott McAliley wrote:
> >
> >> Isaac,
> >>   I am too ignorant of Hebrew to even understand most of your
> >> commentary, but I appreciate it.  To my shame, the only part I
> >> understood was the conclusion.  And that still leaves me wondering,
> >> was the process of death that you refer to, Tamut, already
> >> happening, and would certainly come to fruition if they did not
> >> take the action of eating of the tree of life?
> >>
> >> As far as the rest of your comments, you'll need to dumb them down
> >> for me.
> >>
> >> Thanks,
> >> Scott McAliley
> >>
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