Jeg tror fremdeles at planeten Jorden er en av koloniene (for eksempel det samme som Mars snart)
Og mest sannsynlig er hemmeligheten til menneskehetens opprinnelse på en annen planet, for eksempel på samme Mars.
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Alle blir salige i sin tro. Også hesten blir salig i sin tro.
This is indeed one weighty argument, i.e. if one understands the text.
The are several others.
Such why it in classical Hebrew is completely impossible to vocalize YHWH to ADONAI as you said..
There is so much new knowledge about classical Hebrew today.
For example concerning verb tenses in the text.
It is even very uncertain if the last H (in YHWH) is a consonant or a certain vowel.
But this could be further discussed in another thread.
You are, as you once said yourself, a blank cartridge as far as this text is concerned.
It wasn’t a joke when I mentioned hermeneutics and the statistical tool logistic regression to
show the probability of 1-epsilon to whether Genesis 1 is meant to be understood in a literal way or in a figurative way.
You will find almost all WT-literature translated into Norwegian.
So, your say-so is impotent.
Btw, you will find WT-literature in more than 1000 languages.
Just to inform you.
Fremdeles ingen link til de semittiske tidsskrifter og journaler der semittiskfilologer publiserer sin forskning.
Can you prove me wrong in anything I've said?
I quite understand your difficulties as far as this matter is concerned.
But why did you say what you said when you cannot argue for it, what is a scholary guess?
Today's lesson for you, all for free:
YHWH's best rendering could be: yehowa with a light stress on the w.
Even maybe better than Jehovah because of the first letter.
Jehovah is most common in English and this doesn't really matter as much as Jehovah vs Jahweh (Yehowah vs Yahweh).
In the classical Hebrew, as I guess you know (irony) the is no letter as the 'J' in english, for instance in the name James, but we have the Y as in the English word: yes, yeah og the name Yeovil.
So the best could: yehowa.
And as you of course also know the the last in the tetra... H could very well be the long vowel ä.
But all this could be discussed in a new thread.
There we'll also see why comma in Luke 23:43 should be placed after today and not before today, also from a linguistic viewpoint.
So - end of the one-way lecture here :).
Du ber meg argumentere for hvorfor jeg spør om hvilke semittisfilologer som har skrevet det du siterer og hvor jeg kan lese det de publiserer?
Er det ikke selvinnlysende hvorfor jeg spør: jeg vil vite hvem de er, hvor de er ansatt og hvilke lingvistiske tidskrifter og journaler de publiserer sin forskning i.
Er dette noe jeg må argumentere for?