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In other words: are there linguistic differences (syntax, grammar, word usage) in older books like Job, when compared with more recent books like Isaiah?I am particularly interested in this because of any light it might shed on our modern process of periodically updating our translations to keep pace with current usage of language. The writing, editing and compiling of the Old Testament canon spans a vast window of time -- long enough for the language(s) it was written in to change dramatically. The structure of the Hebrew language in Genesis 1 is quite different from that in Genesis 2, for example. Most of Job has a different and more ancient kind of Hebrew than, for example, most of the Deuteronomic History (Sa, Ki).

After almost three centuries of modern study of the Hebrew Bible, it is clear that internal analysis of the text cannot convincingly disclose the periods of composition of the components that were finally redacted into the text that has come down to us.

The Israel Antiquities Authority recently announced the find of a new papyrus apparently dated to c.

700 BC, which seems to mention the delivery of wine to the king in Jerusalem.

He is an associated researcher of the University of Sydney, Department of Hebrew, Biblical and Jewish Studies, and Radboud University Nijmegen, Faculty of Philosophy, Theology and Religious Studies, where he worked previously as assistant professor of Source Texts of Judaism and Christianity.

Robert’s early research dealt with the literary composition and textual transmission of the ancient writings of the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament in Hebrew, Greek and other languages.

After almost three centuries of modern study of the Hebrew Bible, it is clear that internal analysis of the text cannot convincingly disclose the periods of composition of the components that were finally redacted into the text that has come down to us.

The Israel Antiquities Authority recently announced the find of a new papyrus apparently dated to c.

700 BC, which seems to mention the delivery of wine to the king in Jerusalem.

He is an associated researcher of the University of Sydney, Department of Hebrew, Biblical and Jewish Studies, and Radboud University Nijmegen, Faculty of Philosophy, Theology and Religious Studies, where he worked previously as assistant professor of Source Texts of Judaism and Christianity.

Robert’s early research dealt with the literary composition and textual transmission of the ancient writings of the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament in Hebrew, Greek and other languages.

According to the field of Linguistics, the Semitic languages derive from a single mother language, labelled as Proto-Semitic.