[b-hebrew] Karl - Ex 34.7 - punish or visit inquity
Jonathan D. Safren
yonsaf at beitberl.ac.il
Sun Apr 24 02:53:23 EDT 2005
NJPS has "visit the guilt".
Jonathan D. SAfren
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Subject: [b-hebrew] Karl - Ex 34.7 - punish or visit inquity
> I hate to make the argument from authority but every
> translation I could find translates piqed as either punish
> or visit inquity or charge inquity:
> NLT, NIV= Punish
> KJV, NASB, RSV, Webster, Darby, ASV, HNV = Visit iniquity
> Young = Charging iniquity upon
> Vulgate = est qui reddis iniquitatem patrum in filiis ac
> nepotibus in tertiam et quartam progeniem
> LXX = epagwn anomiav paterwn epi tekna kai epi tekna
> teknwn epi trithn kai tetarthn genean
> In * iq * ui * ties
> 1. Gross immorality or injustice; wickedness.
> 2. A grossly immoral act; a sin.
> Of course, the phrase *visit inquity upon* is pretty
> archaic terminology but it clearly means *punish*.
> Jack Tladatsi
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