[b-hebrew] II kings 22
Nir cohen - Prof. Mat.
nir at ccet.ufrn.br
Wed Dec 12 18:12:57 EST 2012
i must say i admire your imagination. your idea of a huge pile of clay tablets (say, a hundred?),
written by moses in akkadian cuneiforms, carried along with the covenant through the desert,
and lying unobserved in a dark corner of the jerusalem temple till around 600-650 BC, is
worthy of indiana jones.
so, according to you, both moses and yoshiahu (in II Kgs 23:2) were fluent in akkadian cuneiforms!!!
so my question is, then: why did yoshiahu need the scribe's help in Kgs 22:10 to begin with?
he could read the book himself!
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