Noahic Script.

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Question:

Do you know of any written references to a form of writing known as Noahic Script?

Dr. Fruchtenbaum’s answer:

I am afraid I have never heard of “Noahic Script” and I have no idea what that would mean. The Bible teaches that Hebrew was the original language and even before Jewish history begins with Genesis 12, all names are Hebraic names and all word plays are Hebrew word plays. Noah’s language would have been Hebrew and he would have written in Hebrew.

There is a difference between ancient Hebrew script and what is now referred to as modem Hebrew script because what is not called Hebrew is actually Aramaic script. Biblical Hebrew script was quite different, but the Jews adopted the Aramaic script during the Babylonian Captivity and used it to write the Hebrew language in the same way that the Latin alphabet is used to write English, French, Spanish, and other languages. Copies of the original Hebrew script are found in most Hebrew grammars. While the script changed with the Babylonian Captivity, the Hebrew language itself is the same and I do not know of anything that is distinctive and called Noahic Script that is different from the original Hebrew script.

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