https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cAV2yoFk0ak … [Continue reading] about Silent no more: Resurrecting dead languages | T. Michael Halcomb | TEDxEvansville
There are times when one might want to find Trope/accent patterns (or clause / phrases ) in the Hebrew Bible. To do so sometimes printed works such as James D. Price’s multivolume Concordance of the Hebrew Accents in the Hebrew Bible … [Continue reading] about Introducing Software For running Torah Trope clause/phrase searches
It would seem that most (if not all) translators follow the ‘Ktiv Menuqad’ of the ‘Masoretic’ text when attempting to render 1 kings 17:6 into English. In doing so translators have either knowingly or unwittingly accepted the Masoretes’ … [Continue reading] about 1 Kings 17:6 a Masoretic issue
The individual questioning Jesus is identified as a νομικός (Luke 10:25); an expert in the Pentateuch or Mosaic Law (See BDAG pg 676). Jesus naturally asks that expert how he interprets/reads the Pentateuch and Jesus does so using the Jewish … [Continue reading] about Interpretation in Luke 10:25 – 28?
I originally posted the following as a series of replies on the Accordance forums in December of 2015. The printed BHS only contains the Masora Parva, Masora finalis (and a highly edited form of that). Also. The editors of the BHS put theMasora … [Continue reading] about The Masora Thesaurus (part two)