By J. Harold Ellens, Deborah L. Ellens, Rolf P. Knierim, Isaac Kalimi
This two-volume booklet celebrates the paintings of the eminent biblical student Simon John DeVries and focuses upon the advance of a serious Biblical Theology of the Hebrew Bible. the 1st quantity is dedicated to exegetical experiences, together with: the character of Yahweh as God of Israel, a re-evaluation of Exodus culture; the Priestly Code and practices; prophets and revelation; biblical poetry; concerns in biblical linguistics; dramatic narrative in Hebrew Bible culture; and Yahweh's deliverance as redemption in Israel. this can be quantity 388 within the magazine for the research of the outdated testomony complement sequence.
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Extra info for God's Word for Our World, Volume 1: Biblical Studies in Honor of Simon John De Vries (Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Supplement JSOT.S 388)
1. Such points of view might well appear in how the translator deals with divine names. As is well known, Kupios ('Lord') is used as a substitute for the tetragrammaton throughout the LXX. But it can also serve to render a human master. 17 where God is referred to as pNi"! T ('Yahweh the lord') he substitutes the Lord your God—Kup'iou TOU GEOU aou. In fact, only where there seems to be some good reason for distinguishing between the names miT and DTT^K is he careful in his choice. In other words, one usually cannot use these renderings for text-critical purposes at all.
The name Shiphra occurs only here in the Old Testament and the accent distinction, though admittedly arbitrary is useful. In v. 16 Pharaoh gives his brutish instructions to the two midwives. Precisely what the origin is of the figurative Hebrew phrase 'you shall see them on the double stones' is not clear, but the translator certainly understood what it meant by his 'and they should be at the point of giving birth'. Note that the preposition irpos is here used classically with the dative in the sense of 'near to'.
V. 7) the LXX puts God at the center; the Hebrew has the neutral promise 'and the frogs shall turn away from you', but the Greek interprets the verb by a future passive 'shall be removed'. This presupposes a divine agent, and emphasizes the 'sign' character of the plagues' being brought to an end. 19 Jethro gives Moses good advice which he ends with a precative: 'May God be with you'. But the Greek makes this a positive promise: 'God will be with you'. 5. Reference has already been made to God's angel.
God's Word for Our World, Volume 1: Biblical Studies in Honor of Simon John De Vries (Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Supplement JSOT.S 388) by J. Harold Ellens, Deborah L. Ellens, Rolf P. Knierim, Isaac Kalimi