Today’s guest blogger is Dr. Michael Heiser, academic editor at Logos.
[Note: We sent a Last Chance NewsWire email on the Ugaritic Library last week, so if you’re considering adding this collection to your digital library now is the time to pre-order before the price increases substantially.]
The last time I blogged about the usefulness of Ugaritic for Bible study and the new Ugaritic Library under development by Logos, I focused on how knowing the Ugaritic background of an Old Testament title for Yahweh helped our understanding of both Old and New Testament theology.
This time I want to focus on some individual Hebrew words—geographical proper names to be precise—to show how Ugaritic tools can make Old Testament stories come to life, and even take on theological meaning.
Please note: This video demonstration shows some resources not included in the Ugaritic Library. Reverse interlinear Bibles are available as part of Logos 3 base collections and HALOT is available as a separate purchase.
Flash, 6.7MB, 16:19