A fresh, systematic, and comprehensive examination of the Hebrew word BMH in biblical and post-biblical passages where it supposedly carries its primary topographical sense.Chapter 1 THE ISSUE* The customary interpretation of the Hebrew word 9agt;3 derives from the Vulgate in which it is regularly ... thereby accounting for the presumed meaning of the noun.4 Decipherment of Akkadian cuneiform in the course of the ... For more recent surveys of the interpretational history of 9agt;3, see now J. A. Emerton, aThe Biblical High Place in the ... Cf. C. HurAc, Dictionnaire Universel de Philologie SacrAce (Encyclopedia Theologique 6; Paris: Ateliers Catholique duanbsp;...
|Title||:||BMH as Body Language|
|Author||:||W. Boyd Barrick|
|Publisher||:||A&C Black - 2008-06-01|