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The Semantics of Biblical Language

– tekijä: James Barr

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Behind the academic and innocently descriptive title of this book is to be found one of the most explosive works of biblical scholarship to be published in the 20th century. Certainly many of those who read it when it first appeared were never the same again, and it signalled the end of what had hitherto been a flourishing literature on biblical theology. In recent years, Barr writes in the Preface, I have come to believe that one of the greatest dangers to sound and adequate interpretation of the Bible comes from the prevailing use of procedure which, while claiming to rest upon a knowledge of the Israelite and Greek ways of thinking, constantly mishandles and distorts the linguistic evidence of the Hebrew and Greek languages as they are used in the Bible. The increasing sense of dependence upon the Bible in the modern church only makes this danger more serious. The fact that these procedures have never to my knowledge been collected, analysed, and criticized in detail was the chief stimulus to my undertaking of this task myself. His conclusions brought much criticism initially, but forty years later they still stand. This book is essential reading for any student of the Bible.… (lisätietoja)
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Great book on the abuses and proper way to use the original languages. It warns against the errors that Scholars and preachers still commit to this day ( )
  Teddy37 | Jun 9, 2021 |
One of the odder offshoots of the Sapir-Whorf hypothesis (at least notionally; it's unclear whether there was any direct influence) was the thesis that Biblical Hebrew represented, grammatically, a different way of thinking (and was, accordingly, intrinsically superior at mediating divine revelation).

Barr demolishes the supposed linguistic bases of this claim handily. After Barr, arguments regarding, for example, the relative superiority or inferiority of argument in a philosophical mode - one of the drivers behind the original claims - has to rest on other grounds than claims of "Semitic thought-forms".

Barr's work is of continuing use as a reminder of the risks in dabbling in technical areas when one has more enthusiasm than expertise, when a genuine expert may be waiting in the wings. ( )
  jsburbidge | Dec 28, 2019 |
Barr's value lies in his scathing critiques of certain fallacies within theological interpretation of scripture. He is especially critical of Kittel's TDNT or TWNT and his approach to linguistics. Barr is not very accessible for the non specialist and I would probably direct readers towards Carson's [b:Exegetical Fallacies|590736|Exegetical Fallacies|D.A. Carson|https://images.gr-assets.com/books/1388279677s/590736.jpg|932927] which provides a more comprehensive overview of various issues relating to biblical interpretation including some of Barr's suggestions.

Barr's work is really a “timepiece” and I think in many ways the discipline has improved since then. There are some who still ascribe to the root fallacy and some who still use Kittel, but by and large the mainstream of biblical scholarship seems to have improved. ( )
  sc4 | Oct 31, 2017 |
Great book on the abuses and proper way to use the original languages. It warns against the errors that Scholars and preachers still commit to this day ( )
  Theodore.Gebretsadik | Feb 8, 2015 |
After this devastating review of TDNT, not only did they re-issue revised editions, but biblical scholars began to pay attention to linguistics.
  KirkLowery | Mar 4, 2014 |
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Behind the academic and innocently descriptive title of this book is to be found one of the most explosive works of biblical scholarship to be published in the 20th century. Certainly many of those who read it when it first appeared were never the same again, and it signalled the end of what had hitherto been a flourishing literature on biblical theology. In recent years, Barr writes in the Preface, I have come to believe that one of the greatest dangers to sound and adequate interpretation of the Bible comes from the prevailing use of procedure which, while claiming to rest upon a knowledge of the Israelite and Greek ways of thinking, constantly mishandles and distorts the linguistic evidence of the Hebrew and Greek languages as they are used in the Bible. The increasing sense of dependence upon the Bible in the modern church only makes this danger more serious. The fact that these procedures have never to my knowledge been collected, analysed, and criticized in detail was the chief stimulus to my undertaking of this task myself. His conclusions brought much criticism initially, but forty years later they still stand. This book is essential reading for any student of the Bible.

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