[b-hebrew] Psa 1,1f

ps2866 at bingo-ev.de ps2866 at bingo-ev.de
Thu Mar 8 18:19:39 EST 2012


Dear Yigal,
excuse me - I didn't want to be unpolite - My name is Peter
Streitenberger, Germany. I work for a publishing house - currently I'm
engaged in two books on textual criticism. I'm a German linguist by
profession and teach Biblical Greek as well. My interest is verbal aspect
in Greek and Hebrew Biblical Scripture.
That's why I'm interested in how to see Psa 1,1f regarding that issues.
Thank you all for any response !
Yours
Peter M. Streitenberger, M.A. phil.


> Dear Peter,
>
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> Thank you,
>
> Yigal Levin
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> Subject: [b-hebrew] Psa 1,1f
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> Dear B-Hebrew-friends,
>
> how can we understand the difference in Psa 1,1 with three verbs in
> Perfect
> and the following vers with a verb in the imperfect.
> Is it possible to take the three perfect forms as completed actions with a
> past perspective and vers 2 as imperfective action with iterative or
> habitual actionsform and view on present or future action?
> Thank you for any suggestion!
> Yours
> Peter, Germany
>
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