Unformatted text preview: make sense. Similarly, the use of “the Lord was not in the spirit ” in 1 Kings 19.11 would not relate to the discussion of weather in the remainder of the verse as well as “ wind ”. The examples of ambiguity in language reminded me of the ambiguity of “quite” and “quite” in American English and Traditional English. Although “quite” is used as a positive prerequisite to adjectives in America, the use of “quite” in England accompanies a negative or annoying encounter....
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- Spring '10
- Ambiguity, Tanakh, Jennifer Shaw, ambiguous verse, Ezekiel 11.19