[b-hebrew] one-to-one rendering of olam

fred burlingame tensorpath at gmail.com
Mon Dec 13 15:11:24 EST 2010


No, Bryant;

I reject your characterization entirely. You err completely.

I did not bring "God" into this matter. Gary did.

And my prior responses referring to "God" were just that: responses to
others' posts raising "God" in the first place; and in the context of olam.

I did not raise theology. Others here have so raised the theology program.

And of course, your prompt attempt to censure me, falls flat, and further
implies your agenda, given your pregnant silence in the face of others'
personal attacks against me.

I do not advocate for or against "God" here because of the guidelines. The
postings of others have raised God as an issue; not me.


regards,

fred burlingame

On Mon, Dec 13, 2010 at 1:53 PM, Bryant J. Williams III <bjwvmw at com-pair.net
> wrote:

> Dear Fred,
>
> I will state this just one time, and one time only. You said to Gary, "you
> signify the controversy with your theology first program"; and "Nothing in
> the
> Hebrew language or the aortic text calls for that usage,
> except your theology."
>
> With respects to the moderators, your statements above are theological in
> nature
> also and are beyond the list guidelines. So please stop. You are arguing
> that
> English words used to translate a Hebrew term are not correct. That is your
> opinion, but do not claim that our position is based on theology, while
> yours is
> not. That is circular reasoning. Several list members have given you the
> data on
> the Hebrew (olam means especially myself. We have given you the data as it
> appears in the text. We are dealing with what the text says.
>
> Rev. Bryant J. Williams III
>
>
>



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