[b-hebrew] labo' lepaney and Gen 6:13
kwrandolph at gmail.com
Sat Apr 21 22:04:51 EDT 2007
I think you are confusing grammar with literary style.
While it is true that the examples in Psalms are human caused, that is
a literary stylistic effect that puts it grammatically as an inanimate
event that goes before God's face. In the grammatical sense,
therefore, it is the same as Genesis 6.
I think you are reading something in the text that grammar by itself
does not support.
Karl W. Randolph.
On 4/20/07, B. M. Rocine <brocine at twcny.rr.com> wrote:
> Hi Karl,
> How about if we exercise just a bit of imagination in reading the poetry
> and see the human supplicants that come as "required attachments" to the
> groan and the petition?
> I believe the technical name for the figures in verses you quote is
> metonymy. The two vv. in Psa are very much about gaining an audience
> with YHWH.
> K Randolph wrote:
> > In Psalm 79:11 the subject is a groan, in 88:2 it is my petition.
> > Karl W. Randolph.
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