Egyptian Loanwords as Evidence for the Authenticity of the Exodus and Wilderness Traditions

@inproceedings{Noonan2016EgyptianLA,
  title={Egyptian Loanwords as Evidence for the Authenticity of the Exodus and Wilderness Traditions},
  author={Benjamin J Noonan},
  year={2016}
}
Over 80 years ago, R. D. Wilson published an article arguing that foreign loanwords in the Old Testament—in other words, lexical items that have been borrowed into Biblical Hebrew and Biblical Aramaic from nonSemitic languages—provide evidence for the authenticity of biblical texts. 1 He contended that said terminology appeared “at the time when we would have expected them to come, provided that the original historical documents of the Old Testament from Abraham to Ezra were contemporaneous… Expand
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