[b-hebrew] All OT Texts from Either LXX or MT?
David P Donnelly
davedonnelly1 at juno.com
Wed Apr 27 17:25:40 EDT 2011
Will Parsons wbparsons at alum.mit.edu
Wed Apr 27 16:19:58 EDT 2011
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On Wed, 27 Apr 2011 01:24:04 -0700 (PDT), Philip <philipengmann at
> Dear Listees,
> I wish to make a statement that I would need confirmation of--in other
> words, a statement which I am not totally sure of, and it is this:
> All complete Old Testament texts that exist in the world today are
> either from the MT or the LXX.
> Could this be a true statement?
Dave Donnelly comments:
It is my understanding that the Ben Chayim Hebrew text of 1525 A.D. was
basically derived from the Leningrad Codex of 1008-1010 A.D. yet in the
Ben Chayyim Hebrew Text of 1525 A.D.
6518 occurrences of Hebrew Word # 3068 exist [yod-shewa-heh-defective
It appears to me that the authors involved in creating the Ben Chayyim
Hebrew text just might have been trying to push the translation "Jehovah"
as an accurate translation of [yod-shewa-heh-defective
holem-waw-qamets-heh] a.k.a. Strongs Hebrew Word #3068.
Can any one who posts here provide some reason why so many occurrence of
[yod-shewa-heh-defective holem-waw-qamets-heh] occur in the Ben Chayyim
Hebrew text of 1525 :A.D. while possibly less than 500 occurrences of
[yod-shewa-heh-defective holem-waw-qamets-heh] occurs in the Leningrad
Of course the editors of Codex L. placed 6 different variants of YHWH in
the Leningrad Codex.
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