By Christo H. J. van der Merwe
In case you have a uncomplicated Hebrew wisdom and need to refesh,clarify or additional discover a few concerns, it is a ideal software. Very terse and consequently useful.
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Others resort to a misinterpretation thesis, claiming that what is called fulfilled prophecy is often a mere coincidence of language. True, there are some allusions made to the Old Testament by the New Testament precisely because the language is the vehicle they wish to use to carry the freight of their meaning. But these cases are rare and never in a claim about fulfilled prophecy. Those who would cite Hosea 11:1, “Out of Egypt I called my son,” as a case of misinterpretation in Matthew 2:15 fail to notice that it is quoted when Jesus and his parents entered Egypt, not when they exited it.
Instead, Paul appears to have used one of the Aramaic translations (called a Targum). In many Jewish synagogues the Scriptures were first read in Hebrew and then translated into Aramaic, for that is the language the people actually spoke. Paul would have been familiar with both versions, and in this case he chose to translate not the Hebrew but the Aramaic into Greek. The Hebrew text would not have made his point. Sixth, we must remember that New Testament writers rarely if ever had the luxury of looking up passages they wanted to quote.
From that required by the biblical text. Such a reduction is not necessary when the details are correctly understood, as Thiele sorted them out. c. 3 [3 John H. Hayes and Paul K. Hooker, A New Chronology for the Kings of Israel and Judah and Its Implications for Biblical History and Literature (Atlanta: John Knox, 1988), p. ] This date is arrived at by denying all three principles of Thiele and readjusting the biblical dates when they are not felt to be accurate for one reason or another. c. can be demonstrated to be accurate.
A Biblical Hebrew Reference Grammar (Biblical Languages: Hebrew) by Christo H. J. van der Merwe