[b-hebrew] b-hebrew Digest, Vol 96, Issue 13
Bryant J. Williams III
bjwvmw at com-pair.net
Sun Dec 12 15:40:22 EST 2010
I think that the idea is one of an "unkown specificity of time." Whether that is
in the distant past, simple past, future or distant future is determined by the
context. The must be a distinction made between temporal or a finite time and
non-temporal or infinite time. This is especially true of certain prophecies or
promises, e.g. Abrahamic and Davidic Covenants.
Rev. Bryant J. Williams III
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From: "Nir cohen - Prof. Mat." <nir at ccet.ufrn.br>
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Sent: Sunday, December 12, 2010 11:42 AM
Subject: Re: [b-hebrew] b-hebrew Digest, Vol 96, Issue 13
> re: olam
> > On Sat, Dec 11, 2010 at 1:30 AM, Bryant J. Williams III
> <bjwvmw at com-pair.net> wrote:
> > Maybe we should check TWOT, Volume II, "Olam," by Alan A. MacRae, pp.
> 672-673, #1631a.
> i find this fascinating. so OLAM is equated with physics' SPACE-TIME.
> nir cohen
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