By W Beuken
The historic remark at the outdated testomony is a world sequence of commentaries which devotes particular awareness to the heritage of interpretation of biblical culture in all its phases, either inside of and with out the Hebrew canon. because the time period 'Old testomony' exhibits, the remark stands within the Christian exegetical culture. The group of these who dedicated themselves to give a contribution contains students from worldwide and from many alternative church buildings and denominations. The observation is meant not just for outdated testomony students, but additionally for ministers and different events. The therapy of each pericope is preceded by means of a brand new translation and a bit referred to as 'Essentials and views' during which the writer summarizes the result of the exegesis in non-technical language. The primacy here's assigned to the ultimate level of the textual content. The precis should still incite the person to refer to the most physique of the exegesis that is headed 'Scholary Expositon'. right here the process is that of contemporary serious scholarship.
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Dathius, Prophetae majores ex recensione textus Hebraei et versionum antiquarum Latine versi notisque philologicis et criticis illustrati, Lipsiae 1779, quoted by Rosenmuller, 419; further Watts, 363; Tanghe 1993: 236-9, 245f. 31 32 34 THE FIRST WOE CRY: 'WOE TO THE DRUNKARDS OF EPHRAIM' (28-1-29) ISAIAH CHS. 28-39 In close connection with the previous question, the third focuses on the words tsaw latsaw tsaw latsaw, qaw laqaw qaw laqaw ze'er sham ze'er sham (vv. 10,13). If 'he teaches / he will cause to understand' re fers to the denounced priests and prophets (the third opinion mentioned above), then Isaiah is imitating the unintelligible jabber of these drunk ards.
Knipping): The undetermined nature of the verb form leaves it to the reader to connect the fate of 'being broken' with an action of God (cf. Ezek. 26:2; 27:34). According to Vermeylen (1977: 227, 390) 28:13b forms the necessary conclusion of the whole oracle, whereas 8:15 is a secondary explanation of v. 14, giving the perspective of the redactor. According to Petersen (1979:110), however, 28:13b draws upon the language of 8:15. 5 9 60 5 4 Also the rare parallel term מרגעהis connected to a concrete location (cf.
11) which he does in v. 13. 30 31 (3) The first 'he' refers to the 'priest', the second to the 'prophet'. They are denounced here by Isaiah as he denounced them in v. 7 (in the singular). This disjunction is argued on the basis of the fact that the objects, 'knowledge' and 'message', also refer to the specific tasks of priests and prophets. The inebriety of these officials renders them unfit to instruct even little children. The text itself does not give decisive indications. '), but this is not apparent.