By James Hope Moulton
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1 Finally , w e hav e th e Gentile Luke 2 an d th e auctor a d Hebraeos, bot h o f who m may wel l hav e know n n o Aramai c at all : t o th e forme r w e must retur n presently . Betwee n thes e extreme s th e N T writers lie ; an d o f the m al l w e ma y asser t wit h som e confidence that, where translation i s no t involved , we shall find hardly any Greek expression use d which would sound strangely to speaker s o f the Koivtf i n Gentil e lands . To wha t exten t the n shoul d w e expec t Genuine *° ^ n<^ *^ e s *7^e ° ^ Jewis h Gree k writer s Ssemitisma.
122 ) quote s wit h approval Deissmann' s dictu m that " Semitisms whic h ar e in common us e belon g mostly t o th e technica l languag e of religion," lik e tha t o f our sermon s and Sunda y magazines. " 1 I n summin g up thus th e issue of the lon g strife over N T Hebraisms , w e full y apprehen d th e dange r of going too far . Semiti c thought , whos e nativ e literar y dres s wa s necessarily foreig n t o th e Helleni c genius , wa s boun d t o fall sometime s int o un-Helleni c languag e a s wel l a s style .
See Expositor for April 1901 , Feb . an d Dee. 190 3 ; an d new series in 1908 . *CfWellhausen (EM. " GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS . 6 artificial dialect , a would-b e revival o f the languag e of Athena in he r prime , much a s educate d Greek s o f th e presen t da y profess t o do . Th e N T writer s ha d littl e ide a tha t the y were writin g literature . Th e Hol y Ghos t spok e absolutel y in th e languag e o f th e people , a s w e migh t surel y hav e expected H e would . Th e writing s inspire d o f Hi m wer e those Which h e ma y rea d tha t bind s th e sheaf , Or build s th e house , o r dig s th e grave , And thos e wil d eye s tha t watc h th e wav e In roaring s roun d th e cora l reef .