[b-hebrew] "Yahweh" occurs 6823 times in the Roman Catholic NewJerusalem Bible BUT occurs "ZERO" times in the underlying Hebrew.
fournet.arnaud at wanadoo.fr
Sun Jul 25 10:31:32 EDT 2010
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Subject: [b-hebrew] "Yahweh" occurs 6823 times in the Roman Catholic
NewJerusalem Bible BUT occurs "ZERO" times in the underlying Hebrew.
> The title of this topic is:
> "Yahweh" occurs 6823 times in the Roman Catholic New Jerusalem Bible
> BUT occurs "ZERO" times in the underlying Hebrew.
> OR IS IT POSSIBLE THAT SOME EDITION OF A MASORETIC TEXT IS HIDDEN AWAY
> SOMEWHERE AND "YAHWEH" OCCURS "6823'" TIMES IN THIS HIDDEN AWAY
> MASORETIC TEXT?
> Dave Donnelly
> P.S. Why does this issue appear to be ignored on B-Hebrew?
> It doesn't seem possible that the writings of the Early Greek Fathers can
> legitimately over rule the Hebrew Scriptures on this particular issue.
Any idea why it is 6823 times, no less no more?
When compared to the distance Earth-Moon, the total length of the Chinese
Wall, the Great Pyramid's square root of whatever plus or minus some skull
Any concrete suggestions?
Maybe you have a preference for logarithmic scale?
There's a little touch of mathematical understanding in logarithmic scale,
don't you think? [spoiled by .xls graph menu, actually, a cause of concern
to some extent]
Maybe it has some *relevant* [sic] relationship with the height of Notre
Dame in centimeters according to page xx,yyzz of The Big Conspiracy Made
Easy (to be published soon).
I noticed the number cannot be divided by 2, 3 or 5, or 23. Strange no? This
must mean something, preferably bad I suppose. Help, somebody!
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