Isaiah 53:5d

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 “Isaiah 53:5d

  1. Why does the chametz on שָׁלוֹם change to a sheva, please, when the pronominal suffix is added?

    OK – having looked it up – my answer: 1) it is in construct state, because in construct relationship with the suffix; then EITHER 2) look up the construct state in lexicon; OR 3) שָׁ is an open syllable, and the vowel will take the shortest form it can, chametz is tone long and not unchangeable, shortest form here is a vocal sheva.

    Is that about right?

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