[b-hebrew] Use of cognate languages in the interpretation of Biblical Hebrew

George Athas George.Athas at moore.edu.au
Wed Oct 22 00:21:25 EDT 2008

> Check out almost anything by Mitchell Dahood.

Nonetheless, be wary of Dahood's interpretations. While there is a freshness to his results, I feel that sometimes he might be blurring the distinction between Hebrew and Ugaritic a little too much, such that Hebrew becomes Ugaritic in thin disguise. His approach is, however, intriguing.

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