שָׁמָ֔רוּ (they kept/obeyed) in numbers 9:23 is grammatical in pausal form and, this particular morphological form of the lexeme only appears six times in the Tanakh/Hebrew Bible. If you have access to software with a database of the Hebrew Bible you … [Continue reading] about It’s in Pausal Form
What is Textual Criticism? Textual criticism is a branch of textual scholarship, philology, and of literary criticism that is concerned with the identification of textual variants, or different versions, of either manuscripts or of printed … [Continue reading] about Intro to Textual criticism
"The real New Testament is the Greek New Testament. The English is simply a translation of the New Testament, not the actual New Testament. It is good that the New Testament has been translated into so many languages. The fact that it was written in … [Continue reading] about Quote of the Week
I highly recommend acquiring the Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia If you have an interest in the philology of the Hebrew Bible, and let's be honest who doesn't? What is so good or useful about the Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia (BHS)? Well, one of the … [Continue reading] about What is meant in the BHS Critical Apparatus of Genesis 38:9, 16, 18?
Not everything found in Codices of Hebrew Bible nor in the printed editions of the Hebrew Bible is translated in Christian editions of the OT. There are numerous notes, lists, and pages left by the Masoretes that are rarely if ever translated … [Continue reading] about Genesis 18:22 (phenomenon)