I've just read your informative review of 'The Believer and the Modern Study of the Bible' (without yet having read the book itself), and I was left wondering whether reference is made in the volume to the linguistic study of the evolution of Biblical Hebrew which in now contemporary publication (and in hand-copied scrolls) seems to assume, anachronistically, that the Hebrew as we now have/read it, was spoken and read and written 'originally' as we have it now. This seems to me a crucial but typically neglected issue in any analysis of the 'modern study' of the Bible.
Berel Lang, Professor of Philosophy Emeritus, SUNY at Albany
Thank you for your note. The answer is no, none of the articles in this volume deal with Hebrew linguistics in any depth. The closest is the paper by Prof, Yoel Elitzur of the Hebrew University on the names of God. You can see more of his publications, many of them on Hebrew linguistics, on his Academia.edu page: https://huji.academia.edu/YoelElitzur