[b-hebrew] Linguistic evidence for climate change

JimStinehart at aol.com JimStinehart at aol.com
Mon Dec 1 16:49:40 EST 2008


Karl:
 
What you translate from Ezekiel as “forest of the field of the Negeb”, the 
NET Bible translates as “the open scrub land of the Negev”.  In supporting its 
translation, the footnote says:
 
“The Hebrew term can also mean ‘forest’, but a meaning of uncultivated 
wasteland fits the Negev region far better.  See M. Greenberg, Ezekiel (AB), 
_2:418_ (http://net.bible.org/verse.php) .”
 
_http://net.bible.org/passage.php?search=Ezekiel%2020:1-21:32&passage=Ezekiel%
2020:1-21:32#n74_ 
(http://net.bible.org/passage.php?search=Ezekiel%2020:1-21:32&passage=Ezekiel%2020:1-21:32#n74) 
 
Jim Stinehart
Evanston, Illinois

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