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Why does the BHS suggest היום for האישׁ in Jeremiah 20:16?

The BHS of Jeremiah was edited by Wilhelm Rudolph, a distinguished Alttestamentler, and the author of several important commentaries -- among them, a commentary on Jeremiah. It was first published in ...
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Is there any evidence that Genesis chapter 50 once contained more verses beyond verse 26?

The simple and clear answer is: "Genesis ends where it ends (at vs. 26) The Proof within the Hebrew Text The Hebrew text we have is based on the Lenigrad Codex. That codex ends with these words: ...
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Should it read גִלְעָד or גַלְעֵד?

This place is called גִּלְעָד everywhere else in Tanakh; it is only called גַּלְעֵד here. The word גַּלְעֵד can be broken into two words גַּל (pile) and עֵד (witness) which are both used in the ...
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2 Kings 13:21 - וַיֵּלֶךְ - who went?

According to Brown-Driver-Briggs, הָלַךְ indicates any kind of movement; to go or to come which can include walking. It is used to describe the movement of people and things and even the growth of ...
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Is there any evidence that Genesis chapter 50 once contained more verses beyond verse 26?

The last verses in Bible books almost always stress key events, Spiritual statements, and demands, messages, and summaries. You can find them in the article The Last Verse of Every Book in the Bible. ...
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Evidence for/against Romans chapter 16 being a later addition to the text?

The oldest extant biblical source document containing ROM 16 (𝔓⁴⁶, leaf 12v, c. 175-224 CE) shows that verses 24, 25, 26, and 27 are absent and, ergo, apocryphal; i.e., of questionable authenticity.
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Evidence for/against Romans chapter 16 being a later addition to the text?

In favor of chapter 16 being part of the original letter, the NABRE says ....the evidence favors the view that [it was] included in the original. Paul endeavors through the long list of greetings (...
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2 Kings 13:21 - וַיֵּלֶךְ - who went?

A few commentaries or lexicons state that הָלַךְ in this or other verses can serve to illustrate the event. HALOT: “הלך illustrates the event.”1 Keil: “וַיֵּלֶךְ only serves as the picturesque ...
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Why does the BHS suggest היום for האישׁ in Jeremiah 20:16?

If we examine the immediately preceding verses 20:14-15, we can see what appears to be at least a partial explanation: 14: אָר֣וּר הַיּ֔וֹם אֲשֶׁ֥ר יֻלַּ֖דְתִּי בּ֑וֹ י֛וֹם אֲשֶׁר־יְלָדַ֥תְנִי ...
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