Did Peter's Vision of the Sheet Mean People & Food?
05-05-2011, 10:07 PM
RE: Did Peter's Vision of the Sheet Mean People & Food?
and then you have the chutzpah to tell me that mechudeshet doesn't mean renewed and that it isn't an adjective.
Quote:I suggest you look in a Hebrew dictionary such as rav milon, or the like, and you will confirm what I am saying.
and I suggest a good properly accredited biblical hebrew course before trying to teach others hebrew grammar
Since you know that mechudeshet is not an adjective, you want to me 'hit me below the belt' about Hebrew. I actually have been through a certified Hebrew Ulpan- I spent 6 months hardcore learning Hebrew in Israel, my friend. I have learned Gemara in Hebrew, with someone who spoke almost no English, in Israel. Consider learning a largely Aramaic text [which I knew little aramaic, I had to ask my chavruta for the Hebrew equivalent half the time] in Hebrew [which I could understand but not speak]. I don't practice speaking it, only reading it.
It doesn't take speaking Hebrew to read it or to know the grammar.
If you doubt what I say, check it out. I assume you are a guy, therefore...ka'asher ishty qarah teshuvot shelkha, hee omra, hu lo mevin ivrit. im atah lo maskim iti, yofi. Atah lo tsodek ldaber b'azut.
That is not being a person of God.
Atah baki b'ivrit , chavivi?
There are better ways to prove a point, than to respond as you did. Every time something about Hebrew that you said was not grammatically, and I pointed it out, you come up with something 'new' that you hope proves your point.
By the way, my wife is fluent in Hebrew, my friend, and she confirms every bit of what I said regarding the grammar. The exception is that mechudeshet would be more correctly termed an adverb, than a verb. But an adjective, certainly not.
Let us be 'mentches'/proper people, and stick the topics. I will go another way to prove the point, that it isn't 'new' using context.
22 It is not for yours sake that I act, O house of Israel, but for my holy Name that you have desecrated among the nations where you came.
23 I will sanctify my great name that is desecrated among the nations, that you have desecrated among them; then the nations will know that I am Hashem...when I become sanctified through you before their eyes.
24 I will take you from among the nations and gather you from all the lands, and I will bring you to your own soil.
25 Then I will sprinkle pure water upon you, that you may become cleansed; I will cleanse you from all your contamination and from your idols.
26 I will give you a new heart and put a new spirit within you; I will remove the heart of stone from your flesh and give you a heart of flesh.
27 I will put My spirit within you, and I will make it so that you will follow My decrees and guard my ordinances and fulfill them.
28 You will dwell in the land that I gave to your forefathers; you will be a people to me, and I will be a God to you.
[then he proceeds to speak of the blessings, as written in the beginning Leviticus 26, and beginning of Deut 28.]
21 ...I am taking the Children of Israel from among the nations to which they have gone; I will gather them from all around and I will bring them to their soil;
22 I will make them into one nation in the land, upon the mountains of Israel, and one king will be a king for them all; they will no longer be two nations, and they will no longer be divided into two kingdoms, ever again.
I will save them from all their dwelling places in which they had sinned, and I will purify them; they will be a nation to me, and I will be a God to them.
24 My servant David will be king over them, and there will be one shepherd for all of them; they will follow My ordinances and keep my decrees and fulfill them.
25 They will dwell on the land that I gave to My servant Jacob, within which your fathers dwelled; they and their children's children will dwell upon it forever; and my servant David will be a leader for them forever.
26 I will seal a covenant of peace with them; it will be an eternal covenant with them; and I will emplace them and increase them, and I will place My sanctuary among them forever.
27 My dwelling place will be among them; I will be a God to them and the will be a people to Me.
28 Then the nations will know that I am Hashem who sanctifies Israel, when my sanctuary will be among them forever.
Likewise, there are many such places: shall I list them all?
What is the new aspect? That it will be in spirit, not just in letter. What does this mean, seeing that it says they will follow my ordinances etc?
derekh eretz kedmah latorah- remember this phrase in your responses.
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