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- We shall work not on the macrocosmic scale of the literary forms, but on the microcosmic scale of the lexical forms.
- Comparative Philology and the Text of the Old Testament, p. 10
- This book is therefore consecrated to the deeper and fuller study of that linguistic world in which the Hebrew Bible is set.
- Comparative Philology and the Text of the Old Testament, p. 304
- The problem here is not so much a historical one, more a terminological and philosophical one.
- The Variable Spellings of the Hebrew Bible, p. 92
- Probably, so far as I know, there is no professor of Hebrew or Old Testament at any world-class university who does not believe that the writer(s) of Genesis 1–11 intended to convey to their readers the ideas that:
- creation took place in a series of six days which were the same as the days of 24 hours we now experience
- the figures contained in the Genesis genealogies provided by simple addition a chronology from the beginning of the world up to later stages in the biblical story
- Noah’s flood was understood to be world-wide and extinguish all human and animal life except for those in the ark.
- Letter to David C.C. Watson, 23 April 1984. Quoted from https://answersingenesis.org/