Plowing through History from the Aleph to the Tav
The Torah: A Mechanical Translation
A new and unique word-for-word translation offering a literal and faithful translation in English.
Biblical Textual Criticism
Textual Criticism is the process of comparing various Hebrew, Aramaic, Greek and Latin manuscripts of the Bible.
How Did Our Bible Get from 'Long Ago' to Modern Times?
The Bible has been transmitted through various means, including the Septuagint and Masoretic Text, which are based on slightly different Hebrew originals.
The sons of Israel or the sons of God?
By applying the methods of textual criticism to this passage we can uncover the probable wording of the original text.
Demonstrating Textual Criticism
A demonstration of how Textual Criticism works using the Hebrew word yehhid'kha (your only) in Genesis 22:2.
Textual Criticism of Isaiah 7:14
An examination of Isaiah 7:14 from the Masoretic text, Isaiah scroll and the Septuagint.
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