By Walter C. Kaiser Jr., Peter H. Davids, F. F. Bruce, Manfred Brauch
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Used to be an eye fixed opener for a person no longer conversant in HOW bibles are translated. the details might be positioned into 3 different types. 1. Translating the concept that the writer meant "Dynamic equivalence" (subjective). 2. Translating the phrases to the simplest similar phrases of the interpretation "Literal equivalence" (objective yet may well require considering) three.
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This date, however, is generally rejected by the larger academic community. , but his date involved an almost outright rejection of some of the biblical data. ] from that required by the biblical text. Such a reduction is not necessary when the details are correctly understood, as Thiele sorted them out. c. 3 [3 John H. Hayes and Paul K. Hooker, A New Chronology for the Kings of Israel and Judah and Its Implications for Biblical History and Literature (Atlanta: John Knox, 1988), p. ] This date is arrived at by denying all three principles of Thiele and readjusting the biblical dates when they are not felt to be accurate for one reason or another.
The number of warriors in Israel twenty years and older would seem to imply that the population that came out of Egypt and wandered in the wilderness for forty years exceeded two million people. This has given rise to a number of attempts to reduce this number and to serve as a model for treating similar claims in the Bible. ”1 [1 The first one to have suggested this is Sir W. M. Flinders Petrie, Egypt and Israel (London: SPCK, 1911), p. 42. It was picked up and recycled by G. E. ] If the word were so rendered in Numbers 1 and Numbers 26, it would yield a total of only 5,000 or 6,000 men of fighting age, instead of 603,550.
They sometimes quoted their favorite version or the version that fit what they were saying, just as we do. They sometimes paraphrased and quoted from memory, just as we do.