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The consensus of scholars is that the Book of Isaiah can be divided into three distinct sections, which were probably originally three separate books. Chapters 1 to 39 were written during the late eighth and early seventh centuries BCE by Isaiah, son of Amoz, apart from numerous additions from a later period. For ease of reference, Isaiah is often ...


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The word appears as היליל in the Dead Sea Scrolls. The following view comes from Column XII, Line 12, of the Great Isaiah Scroll, and is the only appearance of this particular verse in Isaiah in its entirety among the Dead Sea Scrolls. Please click to enlarge. In the absence of any vowel points or cantillation marks, the Hebrew word היליל then appears ...


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The appellative הֵילֵל occurs only in Is 14:12. It is believed to derive from the verb h-l-l ‘to shine’. However, an identically spelt הֵילֵל occurs as the imperative of the hiph. of the verb y-l-l 'howl' in Ez 21:17 and Zc 11:2. Alternatively, you could emend the vocalisation very slightly to הֵילִל ‘he howled’, which would be a reasonable name for a ...


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The wiki explanation about Tophet is incorrect. Isaiah 30:33 says that God has been preparing it for the king with plenty of wood and fire and the breath of the Lord like a stream of sulpher sets it ablaze. This is not speaking about Hinnom & Molech. its a literal place called Hell. Look at the translation from Stone edition Tanach, it says "the breath ...



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