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Oath formulas in biblical Hebrew

Blane Conklin

Oath formulas in biblical Hebrew

by Blane Conklin

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Published by Eisenbrauns in Winona Lake, Ind .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bible,
  • Oaths in the Bible,
  • Hebrew language,
  • Syntax,
  • Language, style,
  • Morphology

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 97-102) and indexes.

    StatementBlane Conklin
    SeriesLinguistic studies in ancient West Semitic -- 5, Linguistic studies in ancient West Semitic -- 5.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPJ4707 .C66 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 106 p. ;
    Number of Pages106
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25066438M
    ISBN 109781575062037
    LC Control Number2011003082
    OCLC/WorldCa700042331

    During the past century, numerous books and articles have appeared on the verbal system of Semitic languages. Thanks to the discovery of Ugaritic texts, Akkadian tablets, Canaanite letters found at Tell el-Amarna in Egypt, Hebrew and Aramaic inscriptions, and the Dead Sea Scrolls, our understanding of the phonology, morphology, and syntax of the Semitic languages has increased substantially. Ruth Bibliography Recommended Resources Block, D. I. Judges T. W. Vows in the Hebrew Bible and the Ancient Near East. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, Conklin, B. Oath Formulas in Biblical Hebrew. Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, ooley, J. L. Etymology, Assyriology, Philology a nd the Hebrew Bible: Toward an Understanding of File Size: KB.

    Bruce M. Waltke and Michael P. O’Connor, An Introduction to Biblical Hebrew Syntax (Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, ), –80 (§). See also Blane Conklin, Oath Formulas in Biblical Hebrew, (Linguistic Studies in Ancient West Semitic 5; Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, ). Oath Formulas in Biblical Hebrew. Linguistic Studies in Ancient West Semitic 5 by Blane Conklin (pp. ) Review by: Nathan MacDonald.

    Oath Formulas in Biblical Hebrew (LSAWS, 5; Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, ). hypertext version Another review of the same book: 6: Young, Ian (ed.) Biblical Hebrew: Studies in Chronology and Typology (Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Supplement Series. Academic journal article Hebrew Studies Journal. Books Received Read preview. Academic journal (Marginal people in biblical times: Lawbreakers and banished persons, lepers and gonorrhea sufferers, homosexuals and transexuals, prostitutes and temple-prostitutes).Pp. Conklin, Blane. Oath Formulas in Biblical Hebrew. LSAWS 5. Pp.


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Therefore, it is necessary to gather together in one place as many of these formulas as possible so that the patterns, tendencies, and divergences may be seen within a larger matrix. Blane Conklin’s study intriguingly compiles these phrases and formulas in order to solve the mystery of interpreting biblical Hebrew oath formulas.

In a previous post we introduced the concept of Hebrew oath formulas using Blane Conklin’s book, Oath Formulas in Biblical Hebrew. 1 We learned how an oath is more than a promise because an oath commits the oath-taker to certain consequences or sanctions if it is broken. In his recent book, Oath Formulas in Biblical Hebrew (Eisenbrauns, ), Blane Conklin provides a helpful distinction between promises and oaths: An oath is more than a mere assertion or a mere promise.

It also includes a statement of sincerity or earnestness: the person who swears the oath is committed to certain consequences or sanctions. Free Online Library: Oath Formulas in Biblical Hebrew.(Book review) by "The Journal of the American Oriental Society"; Ethnic, cultural, racial issues Books Book reviews Printer Frien, articles and books.

Therefore, it is necessary to gather together in one place as many of these formulas as possible so that the patterns, tendencies, and divergences may be seen within a larger matrix.

Conklin’s study intriguingly compiles precisely these phrases and formulas in Oath formulas in biblical Hebrew book to solve the mystery of interpreting Biblical Hebrew oath by: 6.

Therefore, it is necessary to gather together in one place as many of these formulas as possible so that the patterns, tendencies, and divergences may be seen within a larger matrix. Conklin’s study intriguingly compiles precisely these phrases and formulas in order to solve the mystery of interpreting Biblical Hebrew oath formulas.

Oath Formulas in Biblical Hebrew Conklin, Blane Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns, pp. xii + $ Series Information Linguistic Studies in Ancient West Semitic, 5 Description: The eponymous protagonist of the biblical story of Ruth, a Moabite widow, is so desperate to follow her widowed mother-in-law back to Israel that she swears an.

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His oath "by His right hand and His mighty arm" (Isa. ) recall later Hebrew formulas where the swearer stakes something precious (e.g., "the life of my head" [Sanh.

]) as a guarantee of his word. The unique adjuration "by gazelles and hinds of the field" (Song ; ) suggests that these animals symbolized love or beauty (cf. Prov. Oath Formulas in Biblical Hebrew Hardcover – June 30 by Blane Conklin (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

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Therefore, it is necessary to gather together in one place as many of these formulas as possible so that the patterns, tendencies, and divergences may be seen within a larger matrix. Oath formulas in Biblical Hebrew [Texte imprimé] / Blane Conklin.

Date: Editeur / Publisher: Winona Lake (Ind.): Eisenbrauns, Type: Livre / Book Langue / Language: anglais / English ISBN: Catalogue Worldcat. Bible -- A.T Langue Serments-- Dans la Bible.

Hébreu (langue)-- Syntaxe Hébreu (langue)-- Morphologie (linguistique). Oath Formulas in Biblical Hebrew. Linguistic Studies in Ancient West Semitic 5. xii + pp. Eisenbrauns, Winona Lake, In this volume Conklin provides a syntactic study of oath formulas in classical Hebrew.

In doing so he goes some way to filling a lacuna in the study of Hebrew grammar. Conklin’s study has many virtues: it is concise, clear and well-organized. After a brief Author: Macdonald, Nathan.

The act of speaking an oath or a vow aloud gives it binding force in traditional Jewish law. Vows and Oaths are both considered weighty matters in Jewish thought. Breaking either is explicitly forbidden by the Bible in Numbers “If a man makes a vow to the Lord or takes an oath imposing an.

Sandowicz's examination of the oath texts is extensive and enlightening. To begin with, she makes several key distinctions. First, she distinguishes between assertory oaths (sworn assertions about some past event) and promissory oaths (sworn commitments concerning the future); promissory oaths dominate, occurring in about 65% of the oath texts (excluding oath notations).

Oath Formulas in Biblical Hebrew Blane Conklin; Phonology and Morphology of Biblical Hebrew Joshua Blau; The Relative Clause in Biblical Hebrew Robert D. Holmstedt; The Syntax of Volitives in Biblical Hebrew and Amarna Canaanite Prose Hélène M.

Dallaire; Time and the Biblical Hebrew Verb John A. Cook; The Verbless Clause in Biblical Hebrew. Nevertheless, most biblical and ancient Near Eastern oath formulas—exculpatory or otherwise—omit an apodosis, leaving it implied.

A classic example is the oath formula, “may God do this to me and more,” which appears numerous times in the Bible. For example, when Ruth swears not to leave her mother-in-law Naomi, she says. The Linguistic Studies in Ancient West Semitic Series gathers expert scholarship on phonology, morphology, and syntax of biblical Hebrew and Ugaritic.

Students and serious scholars will appreciate the detailed linguistic analysis and practical instructions found in this seven-volume collection.

Oath Formulas in Biblical Hebrew; Of Courtiers and Kings; Old Babylonian Texts in the Schøyen Collection, Part Two; Old Testament Theology; Organization, Representation, and Symbols of Power in the Ancient Near East; Patterns of Destiny; Paul and His Mortality; Personal Names in Early Neo-Babylonian Legal and Administrative Tablets, B.C.E.

ISBN: In Biblical Hebrew Grammar Visualized, Andersen and Forbes approach the grammar of Biblical Hebrew from the perspective of corpus linguistics. and supra-clausal book is intended for students of Biblical Hebrew at all levels.

Beginning students will readily grasp the basic grammatical structures making up.The Biblical Hebrew verbal system continues to exercise scholars, and in this book John Cook interacts with the range of approaches to the perennial questions on the Hebrew verb in a fair-minded approach.

Some of his answers may appear deceptively traditional, such as his perfective-imperfective identification of the qatal-yiqtol opposition.Oath Formulas in Biblical Hebrew.

By Blane Conklin. Linguistic Studies in Ancient West Semitic, vol. 5. Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns. Pp. xii + $ In this slim volume based upon his University of Chicago dissertation completed under Dennis.