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To capture the ambiguity, I tried to use the phrase “You will die a certain death”, which is similarly ambiguous in English, depending on whether certain means “type of” or “assured”. Be the first to review this item Amazon Best Sellers Rank: Just 10 chapters left.

Also, while translating, I came to the conclusion that the purpose of this chapter is not exactly geneology or lineages. This sort of thing would almost surely have been written like this:. It’s like the “nephilim”, they just appear, and that’s it. The point of footnotes is not to show erudition, they are to explain things that are not obvious from the text.

Views Read Edit Add topic View history. That’s just what it means. I’d like to read this book on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle? This is not great: The permission is granted free of charge for non-commercial use.

The word Rephaim in mod.

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The weqatal and yiqtol are used depending on where the verb is in the clause. That’s more a comment on the footnote than on the translation. A haggadah for Pesach, acc. I am only not sure about the Emek Hasidim becoming the salt sea.

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Here is a quick word-for-word gloss: It means with for sure, and normally and otherwise “et” is nothing, it links what in English would be a direct object to the verb. These texts have been in continuous reading use essentially since they were first composed, and the lost words are obscure. Rabbinic Responses to Hasidic Rapture.


The King James solution is to say that you will “surely die”, but that is not satisfactory, because it doesn’t capture an essential Hebrew play on words: A Hasidic discourse on the laws and customs of Shabbat. English Choose a language for shopping.

This is not the KJ, I believe it is a public domain Jewish translation, also archaic. Most of these accents are in keeping with their meaning in the Hebrew Tanakh. Another peculiarity of this translation is the use of Aloha for the Aramaic word for God. One area in which it has had a particularly powerful impact is that of hasidic Judaism.

Please consider it, because it is pretty accurate.


Brentonby Hendrickson Publishers. The index also includes references to every passage within the Mishna in which they are mentioned, as well as to sources within the two Talmuds and their respective commentaries in which the biographical information that he provides can be found. My choices are to read the Hebrew as simply as possible because I see it as extremely simple Hebrew, and I believe this is universal for a modern Hebrew speaker.

In this chapter, God isn’t peering into a crystal ball and predicting a creation that will happen.

The sections read nearly as terribly in Hebrew, and they are just as boring, althoug perhaps my wording was a little too close to the Hebrew. I don’t know theology, but I hope that this translation can avoid changing the text to make theological points.

Like “Kawaii” cute, and to preserve that cuteness, a little rhyming makes it work, I think. The second is only used to indicate dialogue, not arranging rendez-vous.


Charles Thompson was a Greek scholar, and before the American Revolution, had been a teacher at several prominent schools. The revised Psalter was completed and published infollowed by the New Testament inand the entire Vulgate was completed in This translation, published by The Word for the World Slovakia, was published in On the side that you can see in the picture, I have my primary rabbinic literature: I want to outline the conventions I’ve been using, and see if anyone has a comment.

KJ got it right, everyone else not.

Please don’t wreck the Hebrew pacing, nor should you change the vocabulary. The spanish sources were the Casiodoro de Reinacompared with the revision of Cipriano de Valera I tried to find a good fit for “Bereshit”, and I found “originally” today.

It’s totally possible, in my vavar too, what you said, about Ham siring Canaan through Noah’s wife.

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Is there any way of clarifying this? Nowhere does it say that the helpmate should be “suitable”, etc. In Ssfer, there is an awkward phrase at the end of a verse “Asher barah elohim la’asot”, which reads “wherefore created God[s] to make”.

Sefdr no one objects by Monday, I’m going to change the notes in Genesis to work with the simpler ref tags. Lindsey Taylor-Guthartz; Portland, This is mostly because they involved unusual grammatical constructions, although these might also be present in the Hebrew original.