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Opinions of nineteenth century scholars assessing the text of Jeremiah, where the LXX is one-eighth shorter than MT, were divided. Movers (1837) favored the shorter LXX text, while Graf (1862) favored the longer MT, believing that LXX Jeremiah had been abridged and corrupted by its translator....
Paternity as a standard metaphor for God's relationship either to humankind or to Israel is striking for its absence in the Tanak before the rise of the Israelite monarchy. A set of daring oracles insisting that divine fatherhood can only be adoptive both illumines the earlier reticence and...
While Hanoch Levin's dramatic works have received, and rightly so, cosiderable critical attention, his prose works have earned (relatively) scant critical analyis. This paper attempts to analyse Hanoch Levin's second and last collection of prose piecesâ ×××© ×¢××× ×××××¨×...
The first part of the article scrutinizes the exact meaning of the biblical and post-biblical words derived from the roots ×¨×× and ×¨×× (including Ben Sira) and how they were interpreted by the ancient versions and old sources. The biblical verb ×¨×× is a denominative, meaning "to spy."...
Linguistic evidence alone is not able to date biblical texts. Among the arguments challenged in this paper are that the archaic linguistic forms of Archaic Biblical Hebrew poems such as the Song of Moses in Exodus 15 demonstrate the great antiquity of those texts; that Standard Biblical Hebrew,...
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