[b-hebrew] Joseph's Egyptian name
greifer at hotmail.com
Wed Feb 27 11:45:05 EST 2008
If you want to be more convincing, you have to tell why other explanations don't make sense and not just say they don't make sense and only your idea makes sense. For example, you can tell why other explanations are wrong grammatically or for whatever other reason you disagree with the usual explanations.
Many times you say only your idea makes sense, but I think the usual explanations make sense, and I don't understand why you say they don't make sense. Simply saying an idea does not make sense in your opinion is a weak argument against the idea. Most of your emails use opinions as proofs, but that is not very convincing to other people.
I am not putting you down. I am just saying that opinions might be right, but they are not very good as proofs.
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