Ruth 1:1a

Here is my first video.  I work through the first half of Ruth 1:1a, discussing primarily morphology.  As I grow in my understanding and skill in doing this, I’m hoping my videos will be more efficient.  Happy study!

Published by Richard C. McDonald

I am married to Nancy McDonald and we have two boys, Noah and Stephen. I am a high school history teacher at Whitefield Academy in Louisville, KY. I am also an adjunct instructor of Old Testament Interpretation at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and Boyce College. I am a fan of LSU, and college football in general. My family and I are members at Sojourn Church-JTown in Louisville, KY.

2 thoughts on “Ruth 1:1a

  1. Grammatically, could it be either in the days of the judges’ judging or in the days of the judging of the judges (ie the judges being judged) – like subjective or objective genitive – to be determined by context?

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    1. The construction generally indicates the “judges’ judging” meaning. I’d expect another construction for the second meaning. I’m currently on vacation, so the construction is escaping me. 🙂

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