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July 2, 2014 | Lee Fields
Hebrew and You with Lee M. Fields — Would You Name Your Son Lucifer?
I thank you for reading the blog and for the kind comments you have sent and your own thinking on the matters presented here. Let’s have a l...
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June 3, 2014 | Lee Fields
Hebrew and You with Lee M. Fields — O God of Whose Righteousness? Psalm 4:2 [E 1]
The first line of Ps 4:2 [E 1] reads, “Answer me when I call, O God of my righteousness!” This translation is by far the most common and is ...
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May 6, 2014 | Lee Fields
Hebrew and You with Lee M. Fields — Who Turned Whom? Isa 1:4
Isaiah 1:2–31 is in the form of a lawsuit. After the initial call for witnesses to the suit in v. 2a, vv. 2b–4 are the initial indictment by...
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April 1, 2014 | Lee Fields
Hebrew and You with Lee M. Fields — The Art and Force of Ps 119:1-8: Part 3
The first two parts of this series focused on the first two verses of the first stanza of Ps 119. In this blog we will look at the rest of t...
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March 5, 2014 | Lee Fields
Hebrew and You with Lee M. Fields — The Art and Force of Psalm 119:1-8: Part 2
In the previous blog post, I noted the clauses in Ps 119:1-2. This blog will again look at vv. 1-2a, focusing on the meanings of the Genitiv...
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February 4, 2014 | Lee Fields
Hebrew and You with Lee M. Fields — The Art and Force of Psalm 119:1-8: Part 1
"Hebrew and You" is a new monthly column by Dr. Lee M. Fields, a Hebrew scholar and Professor of Bible and Chairman of...
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January 7, 2014 | Lee Fields
Hebrew and You with Lee M. Fields — Summer Fruit a Bad Omen? Amos 8:1-3
Koinonia Blog would like to welcome the newest contributor to our community, Dr. Lee M. Fields, a Hebrew scholar, Professor of Bible and Cha...
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December 26, 2008 | John Walton
Hebrew Corner 16: Jephthah’s Daughter
First, I just want to mention that this will be the last Hebrew Corner post (at least for awhile). After the holidays I will be starting ...
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December 20, 2008 | John Walton
Hebrew Corner 15: Nineveh's Response
Jonah 3:5 describes the Ninevite response to the prophet’s oracle of judgment. NASB indicates that the Ninevites "believed in God,&q...
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December 12, 2008 | John Walton
Hebrew Corner 14: Atonement (kipper)
In our discussion several weeks ago of Cain and Abel’s sacrifice, we made passing reference to the Hebrew word kipper usually translated ...
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December 5, 2008 | John Walton
Hebrew Corner 13: What is in a Name? (Isa 9:6) by John H. Walton
Since we are now in the advent season, it would be appropriate to explore one of the primary passages that is a topic for advent studies,...
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November 14, 2008 | John Walton
Hebrew Corner 12: Cain's Sacrifice
by John H. Walton
In popular circles the tradition that Cain’s offering was unacceptable because it was not a blood sacrifice is still very common, despite ...
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November 7, 2008 | John Walton
Hebrew Corner 11: Divorce (Deut. 24:1-4)
by John H. Walton
Last week we discussed the nature of the Hebrew stem system, the means by which the language indicates a variety of relationships between ...
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October 31, 2008 | John Walton
Hebrew Corner 10: The Blessing of Abraham on the Nations
by John H. Walton
This week we are going to be dealing with some Hebrew verbal forms rather than a specific word study. Hebrew verbal roots may occur in a v...
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October 24, 2008 | John Walton
Hebrew Corner 9: Curse and Bless
by John H. Walton
Blessing and curse are common terms in Genesis from the initial blessing in Genesis 1 to the curses of Genesis 3, 4 and 9, and then to th...
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October 17, 2008 | John Walton
Pain in Childbearing (Hebrew Corner 8)
by John H. Walton
Today we want to look at an example where we have to consider the relationship of noun and verb forms. When Hebrew has nouns and verbs that ...
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