>It isn't clear to me quite what Rod's point is.
>ancient Israelites believed that people think with their heads? And feel love
>in their hearts? Or just how is a reading of Barr supposed to cure us of such
>(in fact commonplace) understandings of the meanings of Hebrew terminology?
My ref. to Barr has nothing to do with Dr. Hobb's comments re. the
figurative associations of thought (guts/liver/heart/brain). I was
attempting to poke a bit at the idea of Heb. being a 'right-brained
language' that requires us to think 'more intuitively and less
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