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The unfolding of your words gives light : studies on Biblical Hebrew in honor of George L. Klein / edited by Ethan C. Jones. [print]

Contributor(s): Material type: TextTextPublication details: University Park, Pennsylvania : Eisenbrauns, (c)2018Description: xii, 288 pages ; 24 cmContent type:
  • text
Media type:
  • unmediated
Carrier type:
  • volume
ISBN:
  • 9781575069746
  • 1575069741
Subject(s): LOC classification:
  • PJ4543.J664.U546 2018
  • PJ4543.K64.U546 2018
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Contents:
PART 1. HEBREW GRAMMAR AND DIACHRONY The "precative perfect" in Psalms and the struggle for faith / Stephen A. Geller Toward the function of the reflexive-passive stems in biblical Hebrew/ Ernst Jenni Untypical Wayyiqtol forms in Hebrew and early linguistic diversity/ Holger Gzella Recent trends in the linguistic analysis of biblical Hebrew/ Mark F. Rooker Hebrew prosody through the centuries: a comparison of four soundings/ Gary R. Williams
PART 2. SYNTAX AND LEXICOGRAPHY The two-member syntactic construction/ Alviero Niccacci "Foot"-notes in Old Testament texts: a study of verbal and nominal expressions of walking/ Eugene H. Merrill "At the end of the days"--an eschatological technical term? The intersection of context, linguistics, and theology/ Stephen Dempster A note on the text of Daniel 2:24 in light of the Aramaic expression "to enter upon" / Richard A. Taylor Job's rejection and liminal traverse: a close (re)reading of Job 42:6/ Heath A. Thomas Biblical Hebrew among the chaining languages: the Wĕqatal as medial rather than sequential/ Perry J. Oakes "And with all your strength"? A reassessment of the translation and meaning of Deuteronomy 6:5/ N. Blake Hearson More than "before": semantics and syntax/ Ethan C. Jones Rethinking Biblical Hebrew instruction/ Scott N. Callaham Teaching biblical Hebrew to congregational leaders: a personal reflection on its challenges and potential ways forward/ Tracy McKenzie.
Summary: "A collection of essays in honor of George Klein on the research and teaching of Biblical Hebrew. Contributors cover grammar, diachrony, syntax, lexicography, and pedagogy" ~ Provided by publisher.
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PART 1. HEBREW GRAMMAR AND DIACHRONY The "precative perfect" in Psalms and the struggle for faith / Stephen A. Geller Toward the function of the reflexive-passive stems in biblical Hebrew/ Ernst Jenni Untypical Wayyiqtol forms in Hebrew and early linguistic diversity/ Holger Gzella Recent trends in the linguistic analysis of biblical Hebrew/ Mark F. Rooker Hebrew prosody through the centuries: a comparison of four soundings/ Gary R. Williams

PART 2. SYNTAX AND LEXICOGRAPHY The two-member syntactic construction/ Alviero Niccacci "Foot"-notes in Old Testament texts: a study of verbal and nominal expressions of walking/ Eugene H. Merrill "At the end of the days"--an eschatological technical term? The intersection of context, linguistics, and theology/ Stephen Dempster A note on the text of Daniel 2:24 in light of the Aramaic expression "to enter upon" / Richard A. Taylor Job's rejection and liminal traverse: a close (re)reading of Job 42:6/ Heath A. Thomas Biblical Hebrew among the chaining languages: the Wĕqatal as medial rather than sequential/ Perry J. Oakes "And with all your strength"? A reassessment of the translation and meaning of Deuteronomy 6:5/ N. Blake Hearson More than "before": semantics and syntax/ Ethan C. Jones Rethinking Biblical Hebrew instruction/ Scott N. Callaham Teaching biblical Hebrew to congregational leaders: a personal reflection on its challenges and potential ways forward/ Tracy McKenzie.

"A collection of essays in honor of George Klein on the research and teaching of Biblical Hebrew. Contributors cover grammar, diachrony, syntax, lexicography, and pedagogy" ~ Provided by publisher. Link to source of summary

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