Youngs Literal Translation of the Bible: The Torah - Genesis to Deuteronomy Robert Young

ISBN: 9781494707798

Published: December 16th 2013

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344 pages


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Youngs Literal Translation of the Bible: The Torah - Genesis to Deuteronomy  by  Robert Young

Youngs Literal Translation of the Bible: The Torah - Genesis to Deuteronomy by Robert Young
December 16th 2013 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 344 pages | ISBN: 9781494707798 | 3.65 Mb

Youngs Literal Translation of the Bible by Robert Young This section of the Old testament is the collection of the first five books often known as the Torah, it also contains the last 8 verses of Deuteronomy which were often omitted as they describeMoreYoungs Literal Translation of the Bible by Robert Young This section of the Old testament is the collection of the first five books often known as the Torah, it also contains the last 8 verses of Deuteronomy which were often omitted as they describe the death of Moses, and as tradition dictates that he wrote the books it is rather obvious that this cannot be so when we take the description of his death into account.

The majority of scholars today all agree that the Torah does not have a single author, and that it was complied over many centuries. There was a general consensus from the 19th century onwards about the documentary hypothesis, which suggests that the five books were created c.450 BCE by combining four originally independent sources, known as the Jahwist, or J (about 900 BCE), the Elohist, or E (about 800 BCE), the Deuteronomist, or D, (about 600 BCE), and the Priestly source, or P (about 500 BCE).This idea has been questioned since the 1970s, and today there are many more theories but no consensus.

This text is taken from the Robert Youngs Literal Translation published in 1862 It aimed to be a literal translation and remove the added poetic license given to the King James edition, this translation was made using the original Hebrew and Greek translations. Young even uses the present tense where most English translations use the past, because this conforms to the original Hebrew text. This version is printed with students of the text in mind, printed in a large A4 format and each verse and chapter is placed at the start of a new line for easy reference Genesis creation Exodus departure Leviticus refers to the Levites and the regulations that apply to their presence and service in the Temple, which form the bulk of the third book.

Numbers contains a record of the numbering of the Israelites in the wilderness of Sinai and later on the plain of Moab. Deuteronomy second law refers to the fifth books recapitulation of the commandments reviewed by Moses before his death.



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