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Sunday, November 1, 2009

Orthodox & Scripture

This was done by David. I agree with most of it. I disagree that the Jews changed the Hebrew from virgin to young woman. I say this because the Deadsea Isaiah Scroll says "young woman", and so it is my view that the nonbelieving Jews simply chose to go with a different text varient, and so, the proto-masoretic did exist in the first century. And thus, we have different Hebrew Text types in the first century for where the LXX differs from the MT, the DSC's agree in alot of places, if not most places, with the LXX. Sometimes, the DSC's go it's own way, neither agreeing with the LXX nor MT, and sometimes it agrees with the MT against the LXX, but over all, outside of the books of Isaiah, and Daniel, the DSC's seem to mostly agree with the LXX. Also, I thought that Aramaic was a language before Hebrew became a language? I heard somewhere that Abraham spoke Aramaic, now I don't know how true that is, but that's what I heard. I am always open to be corrected in this matter. Last but not least, Oral Tradition allows for slight textual variation, for it doesn't matter when parts of the same Oral tradition was written.

But dispite all that, I enjoyed what David put together.

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Tony said...

Thanks for posting all these!

Jnorm said...


David seems to be a pretty cool guy.


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