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FLOYD NOLEN JONES The Septuagint (LXX) is a very old translation of the Hebrew Scriptures (our Old Testament) into Hellenistic Greek. This statement alone is almost the only hard fact concerning this translation that is truly verifiable. Differences fn32
In Defense of the Septuagint
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Richard Anthony This article will address the arguments made by Floyd Nolen Jones in his article entitled, “The Septuagint; A Critical Analysis.” In his article, he attacks the credibility of the Septuagint. This article will rebut his accusations and defend the Brenton's edition of the Septuagint. Floyd has four chapters in his article, and each of these four chapters will be addressed. Differences fn33
The “Missing” Nun in Psalm 145
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Gil Student Psalm 145 (widely known as “Ashrei” after the verses that preface it in liturgical usage) is an alphabetical acrostic. The verse corresponding to the letter nun is missing. Differences fn34
Psalm 40:6 and Hebrews 10:5 – The Curious History of a Textual Variant
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Eric Jobe The reality of the Biblical text is that it is a plurality of texts and not just one. We should not reject the Hebrew version or think that there was somehow an intentional alteration of the Hebrew text, since there is no evidence to suggest so. It is also an example that you can never completely trust what you read, and thorough research should be done, even as a check on previous scholarship. Differences fn35
Since Sin Help
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David G Holzhausen Demonstration pdf document to show how Since Sin footnotes work. Help fn1
Hard Sayings of the Bible
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Walter C. Kaiser Jr., et al. Excerpt from chapter 6 discussing the untangle of the Gordian knot by Edwin R. Thiele of the tangle of dates and systems of the Old Testament concerning chronology.

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