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Is “Children of Israel” the only way to read Deuteronomy 32:8?
I asked a Jew and this is what she said: As for Deut 32:8, there is not a single Hebrew text that does not say 'bnei Yisrael'. Every Jewish translation of this verse says children [or sons] ...
Mar 12 '12 at 11:57
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