Bible Studies Volume 2

Bible Studies Volume 2

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1878 edition. Excerpt: ... been favourable for a voyage to Spain, had it not been a gale or hurricane (comp. Ps. xlviii. 8, ni'JN-OETI Dnp nro; Ixxviii. 20; Isa. xxvii. 8; Jer. xviii. 17, etc.).--The earnest fervour of the men's prayer is manifest even in the introductory interjection DN, here as five times elsewhere (iv. 2; 2 Ki. xx. 3; Isa. xxxviii. 3; Ps. cxvi. 14, 16) used instead of NJN, which is a contraction of HN and NJ, whence arise the dagesh forte in J and the double accent nJN or fw annah, Jewish grammarians vainly disputing whether the word is milel or milra, (see e. g. Kimchi Pad. sub N); and that particle is still further strengthened by the repetition of NJ (comp. Gen.l. 17; Isa. xxxviii. 3; Ps. cxviii. 25).--'Let us not perish E'Nn ttD22 n?n, ' that is, 'on account of this man's life' or 'for destroying his life: ' they would deserve to perish if they were shedding 'innocent blood, ' that is, if, in spite of the varied and evident proofs to the contrary, Jonah should yet be guiltless; and 'do not lay upon us innocent blood' (comp. Deut. xxi. 8), means 'do not account it to us as D'OT or guilt of blood' (comp. Exod. xxii. 1; esp. Deut. xix. 10); the Targum has explicitly 'let us not die pn tfSJ tUttl3, and do not lay upon us 'N3T D1 rein, ' that is, as Ba-/ii paraphrases, 'on account of the sin which we shall commit in laying hand upon his life.' The renderings of '21 hy 'instead of this man's life' (as in Deut. xix. 21; 2 Sam. xiv. 7, etc.), or 'on account of this man's crime, ' are out of the question.--hOfJJ, with N paragogicum or otiosum for 'jpj (as in Joel iv. 19), and so N'bp (1 Sam. xvii. 17) for 'bp, etc. (see Gramm. i. 4. 4; Comm. on Lev. ii. 162); but many manuscripts have 'pj De-Rossi 1. c.).--The words, 'Thou, 0 Lord, hast done as it...show more

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  • 9781236640475