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In the to half of the first few C. But we are not at all are that we may not have the life text. Most years of the Old Blue in the New Partner, drinking by varying degrees from the Masoretic Point, are taken from the Septuagint. Nor do the measures of the eyes always hair their writer.
Scrupulous care was exercised by the manuscript copyists called Sopherim, who at a later time were WWhich by the Masoretes. Originally the Hebrew Scriptures were written without vowels or punctuation, and without our present chapter and verse divisions. In the second half of the first millennium C. The Jewish Sopherim scribesalthough meticulous as to avoiding errors in copying, made certain emendations, or corrections, in the text where, in their opinion, the original text seemed to show irreverence for God or disrespect for his representatives. None of the original writings of the Hebrew Scriptures are extant today, but there are possibly 6, handwritten copies containing all or part of the Hebrew Scriptures.
Besides copies of the Scriptures in Hebrew, many versions of the pre-Christian Scriptures have been made, either the whole or in part, in many languages.
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Kitchen, of the University of Liverpool, says: Over the next century, other books were translated or composed as well. This translation became known as the Septuagint and was widely used by Greek-speaking Jewsand later by Christians. It differs somewhat from the later standardized Hebrew Masoretic Text. This translation was promoted by way of a legend that seventy separate translators all produced identical texts. The Latin Vulgate by Jerome was based upon the Hebrew for those books of the Bible preserved in the Jewish canon as reflected in the Masoretic Textand on the Greek text for the rest.
Other ancient Jewish translations, such as the Aramaic Targumsconform closely to the Masoretic Textand all medieval and modern Jewish translations are based upon the same. Christian translations also tend to be based upon the Hebrew, though some denominations prefer the Septuagint or may cite variant readings from both. Bible translations incorporating modern textual criticism usually begin with the Masoretic Text, but also take into account possible variants from all available ancient versions. Even though they are at least years older than any parts of the Bible we had before this, they are not the originals.
The originals have all been lost or destroyed. But we are not at all doubtful that we may not have the original text. Copying by scribes was done with great care in those days and because the text was regarded as sacred, the copyists were extremely painstaking. No other ancient writing has this amount of underlying support with such amazing agreement as to the text. Yes, we do have what God wanted us to have! By way of translation, we now have His revelation in our own language and in other languages, too.
Today booke have the very Bible that comes to us from the three languages wirtten in the original. Visit our FAQs page for in-depth answers to important questions. We are committed to providing the Bible in accurate, contemporary translations and formats so that more people around the world will have the opportunity to be transformed by Jesus Christ. We do this through translation and publishing, by making the Bible accessible, and with innovative Bible engagement programs like Community Bible Experience. Take Bibles to the whole world this summer!