Christmas may have come and gone, but we will look at one more promise of Christ to close out the Christmas season. When Easter arrives we will continue to look at promises of Christ in the OT.
In the videos for Genesis 3:15c and 3:15d we ran across the ‘accusative of specification.’ In this post I will provide a description of this adverbial accusative.
The guttural letters are: א ה ח ע The letter ר is a semi-guttural.
In my videos you will often here me use the terms ‘accusative,’ ‘genitive,’ and ‘nominative.’ You will also see these terms in your more traditional grammars, like Gesenius-Kautzsch and Joüon-Muraoka and even more linguistically informed grammars like Waltke-O’Connor. But are these acceptable terms to use in describing Hebrew grammar?