8 Non-Septuagintal Hebraisms in the Third Gospel: An Inconvenient Truth

@inproceedings{Notley20148NH,
  title={8 Non-Septuagintal Hebraisms in the Third Gospel: An Inconvenient Truth},
  author={R. Steven Notley},
  year={2014}
}
This chapter demonstrates that in Luke's Gospel there are numerous non-Septuagintal Hebraisms that have been overlooked. Even more perplexing for H. F. D. Sparks was the recognition that Matthew and Mark contain Semitisms that can be explained by either Aramaic or Hebrew, while Luke presents Semitisms that can be only Hebrew. Writing prior to the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls and other inscriptional evidence that demonstrates the first-century use of Hebrew, Sparks presumed that if the… 
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