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Mar
26
asked Grammar-Literal Translation of Genesis 1:3 and 12:3
Mar
26
revised What is the “systematic typology” hermeneutic method and how does it work?
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Mar
26
suggested suggested edit on What is the “systematic typology” hermeneutic method and how does it work?
Mar
25
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Mar
21
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Mar
19
comment God and Passive Hebrew tense and aspect
I'm sorry I should have been more precise in my question and in explaining my example but I'm new. Gen 4:11 has a cain being cursed by God in a qal passive participle. Others have said qal is simple with no implied causation. Gen 12:3 is a better example God blesses directly in Piel and indirectly in Niphal but curses only in qal imperfect similarly in ex 15:26 qal imperfect is used to "put sickness" as best i can tell this is called jussive or permissive. Is. 45:7 is another qal but active thats generally regarded as permissive. Like I said I'm new and I'd really like your feedback.
Mar
19
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Mar
19
accepted Does the qal in Amos 3:6 automatically imply causation?
Mar
19
comment Does the qal in Amos 3:6 automatically imply causation?
thank you i now understand that Qal's do not imply causation and can be permissive
Mar
19
asked Does the qal in Amos 3:6 automatically imply causation?
Mar
18
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Mar
18
awarded  Student
Mar
18
comment God and Passive Hebrew tense and aspect
The Word also has a much less expensive Hebrew Morphology module.
Mar
18
accepted God and Passive Hebrew tense and aspect
Mar
18
asked God and Passive Hebrew tense and aspect