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The authors therefore held that EBH and LBH characteristics cannot be used to date biblical texts.

These conclusions in their first volume left not a few scholars (e.g., Ronald Hendel, Jan Joosten) wondering if Young and Rezetko had figured out anything useful about the history of biblical Hebrew, because their conclusions were essentially negative.

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”), proposes that a (historical) sociolinguistic variationist approach can help to clarify the relationship between Early Biblical Hebrew (EBH) and Late Biblical Hebrew (LBH) linguistic variables (e.g., as [n] or [ŋ] in Norwich, England) how a variationist analysis can be helpful for understanding language variation.

(September/October 2016), Avi Hurvitz discusses “How Biblical Hebrew Changed.” It is certainly true that Biblical Hebrew evolved over time, but the particulars of how that happened are more complex and debated than Hurvitz acknowledges. This interaction demonstrates yet again how the discussion about the dating of Biblical Hebrew on linguistic grounds is often framed too simplistically.Robert exposes some of the extra issues that are often in a kind of ‘blind spot’ for many participating in the discussion.Yes, Hebrew did develop over time, as every language inevitably does. Graeme Auld (Vetus Testamentum Supplement 113; Leiden: Brill, 2007). I. In this chapter Rezetko surveys three areas of research related to Samuel and Chronicles, including views on the composition of these books on the whole, the story of David's ark transfer in particular, and the characteristics of the textual witnesses to these books. In this chapter Rezetko surveys issues related to synchronic and diachronic approaches to Samuel and Chronicles. Aucker, editors, Reflection and Refraction: Studies in Biblical Historiography in Honour of A. Ehrensvärd, Linguistic Dating of Biblical Texts, Volume 1: An Introduction to Approaches and Problems (Bible World; London: Equinox, 2008). Chapter 1 establishes the framework of the investigation.That is, Young and Rezetko opined that the usual methods and assumptions related to dating OT Hebrew texts would not produce correct results because of the nature of the mixing and combining of styles throughout the OT.