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[James Kennedy]. The note-line in the Hebrew scriptures commonly called pâsêq, or pĕsîq. Tools. Cite this; Export citation file; Main Author: Kennedy, James, d. Language(s): English The Hebrew Psalter or, Book of praises, commonly called the Psalms of David.
Author Seymour, William Digby. Published. Neither Joüon/Muraoka or Gesenius have much to say on the paseq. I found the evidence in James Kennedy's The Note-Line in the Hebrew Scriptures Commonly Called Pāsēq, or Pěsîq to be convincing from the large body of evidence examined. My take from Kennedy is that the paseq (or note-line) is roughly analogous to our usage of the Latin sic.
The paseq (פָּסֵק) ⟨ ׀ ⟩ originates note-line in the Hebrew scriptures commonly called paseq Biblical Hebrew. As it is not on a standard Hebrew keyboard, a vertical bar ⟨|⟩ is often used instead.
However, it is seldom if ever used in modern Israeli Hebrew, and is not mentioned on the Academy of the Hebrew Language 's guide to modern Hebrew punctuation.
Because the single true God is the God of Wisdom, the OT expression the fear of the LORD best conveys the _____ dimension of the Hebrew concept of wisdom.
Correct Answer: relationa l Question 7 2 out of 2 points Hill & Walton discuss the fact that the Song of Songs is grouped among the five festal scrolls called the Megilloth in the Hebrew canon. Note-line in the Hebrew scriptures commonly called paseq, or pesiq. Edinburgh, Clark, (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: James Kennedy.
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Genesis And God called the light Day, and the darkness he called Night. And the evening and the morning were the first day. This line is called: Paseq qseP ') It is an Aramaic participle meaning "separating. We can find about paseq in the bible.
The purpose of Paseq: To divide between identical or similar letters or words. The paseq (פָּסֵק) ׀ originates from Biblical Hebrew. As it is not on a standard Hebrew keyboard, a vertical bar | is often used instead. However, it is seldom if ever used in modern Israeli Hebrew, and is not mentioned on the Academy of the Hebrew Language 's guide to modern Hebrew punctuation.
. The note-line in the Hebrew scriptures commonly called Pāsēq, or Pesîq. Edinburgh T. & T. Clark. ↑ Wickes, William (). A treatise on the accentuation of the twenty-one so-called prose books of the Old Testament. Robarts - University of Toronto.
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- Petra, Its History And Monuments KENNEDY, TERENCE; HARING, BERNARD, FOREWORD - Doers of the Word Moral Theology for the Third Millennium KENNETH KIRKWOOD, ED. Most of the narrative in the Bible is written in third person form by anonymous author's; however, Ezra - Nehemiah contains portions of first person narrative from the perspectives of both Ezra and Nehemiah.
These passages are often referred to as the Ezra memoir and the Nehemiah memoirEzra - most of Nehemiah. Not only is the Old Testament called in these three groups of New Testament writings the Scriptures, or the Scripture, but it is also called in them the Law and the Prophets, or Moses and the Prophets (the term Prophets here is used in its wide sense, i.e., to include also the inspired writings of those men who did not belong to the order of.
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