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#1 gad4

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Posted 16 September 2019 - 08:48 AM

I have been curious recently about the differences between the dead sea scrolls and the masoretic text. Is there a module or book that is the dead sea scrolls?.either Hebrew or translation? (It would be great with strong numbers lookup as I don't speak Hebrew )

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Posted 03 January 2020 - 06:04 AM

I have been curious recently about the differences between the dead sea scrolls and the masoretic text. Is there a module or book that is the dead sea scrolls?.either Hebrew or translation? (It would be great with strong numbers lookup as I don't speak Hebrew )

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Geza Vermes

The complete Dead Sea Scrolls in English: Revised Edition

The Penguin Group: 2004

eISBN: 978-1-101-16059-6

That is a translation of the scrolls, rather than discussion of textual differences.

 

Martin Abegg Jr

The Dead Sea Scolls Bible

HarperCollins: 1999

ISBN: 0-06-060064-0

LoC BS895.A24 1999

DD# 221.4'4-dc21

(LoC & DD# are if you want to check it out of your local library.)

This is a translation of the Bible, using  the material found in the Dead Sea Scrolls as the primary source.  Along the way, there is discussion of textual differences with traditional Hebrew sources.



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Posted 09 January 2020 - 07:35 PM

I have been curious recently about the differences between the dead sea scrolls and the masoretic text. Is there a module or book that is the dead sea scrolls?.either Hebrew or translation? (It would be great with strong numbers lookup as I don't speak Hebrew )

Thanks

The text used in the Dead Sea scrolls is an earlier form of Hebrew than that which is seen in the Masoretic Text.

 

A Portion of Psa 145 From the Aleppo Codex

of the Masoretic Text

bible_isaiahscroll_7.jpg

 

A Portion of Psa 145 From the Dead Sea Scrolls

bible_isaiahscroll_8.jpg

 

Masoretic text happened in 1000 A.D., as where the text from the Dead Sea Scrolls happened in 100 B.C. So as you can see, there is an 1100 year difference from the way Hebrew was written.

 

Blessings,

Stephen (Php 1:21).

 

PS. Information sourced from Ancient Hebrew Research Center.

 

 


 


Edited by APsit190, 14 February 2020 - 06:01 PM.


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