Ugarit and It’s Significance for Biblical Studies: Part 3

Literary Comparisons The discoveries of Ugarit included a vast array of literature. Ugarit contained the largest Canaanite[1] body of literature known to date. The best-known portion of this literature is the Baal Cycle. It is an epic about the exploits and challenges of Baal. In addition to the well-known mythical texts, the literature also includesContinue reading “Ugarit and It’s Significance for Biblical Studies: Part 3”

Ugarit and It’s Significance for Biblical Studies: Part 2

Grammatical Comparison Because of their close proximity to each other, Ugaritic and Hebrew share many common features. For example, the base form for many of their words has three radicals. From these radicals, endings are added, or vowels changed to use the words in a variety of ways. Nouns The noun systems in Ugaritic andContinue reading “Ugarit and It’s Significance for Biblical Studies: Part 2”

Ugarit and It’s Significance for Biblical Studies: Part 1

An Introduction to Ugarit The Ancient Near East—a vast era of epic accounts, powerful empires and beautiful cites—was lost to the Western World for most of Medieval and Renaissance Eras. There were few sources of information which they had about the Ancient Near East: Philo, Herodotus, and the Bible. Recently, however, through the development ofContinue reading “Ugarit and It’s Significance for Biblical Studies: Part 1”

YHWH in His Council

In this podcast, we explore how God interacts with His council. The content actually is a paper written by Judson Greene who is studying for his Masters in Biblical Languages and Literature. The paper is a little dense, so if you have problems understanding it, don’t worry. I ended up reading it about 4 orContinue reading “YHWH in His Council”