[b-hebrew] Hebrew Wod study tools
villandra at austin.rr.com
Sat Nov 3 00:18:49 EDT 2007
Kenneth, what do you want word study tools for if you want strange
educational theories and not to study the words? Because plain ol'
studying words is the only thing you can do with word study tools.
No, don't answer that.
I've got a kit I bought from a seminary bookstore, but that's for actually
studying words. Plain old fashioned flash cards. Maybe even computer
variety thereof. I'd be glad to dig out the details if I thought that was
what you wanted, but it isn't. And since you apparently want an argument,
if you should turn out to want an actual word study tool, I won't be finding
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Kenneth Litwak" <javajedi2 at yahoo.com>
To: <b-hebrew at lists.ibiblio.org>
Sent: Friday, November 02, 2007 9:34 PM
Subject: [b-hebrew] Hebrew Wod study tools
> After reading wha James Barr had to say about
> Kittel's for New Testament Greek, I completely stopped
> using it. I want to ask about the situation for word
> study tools in the Scriptures of Israel. Given the
> various tools, such as TDOT (Botterwich and Ringgren),
> NIDOTTE and the Theological Wjorkbook of the Old
> Testament, and other English tools for studying
> Biblical Hebrew words, which, if any, are built upon
> what are currently considered sound linguistic
> principles to ascertain the meanings of words? I have
> three volumes of TDOT but stopped buying it on the
> assumption that it probably suffered from the same
> issue of method as Kittel's, as well as, like Kittel's
> being somewhat dated. Thanks.
> Ken Litwak
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