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Not a word for word comparison of the Hebrew to English that I was looking for
on September 20, 2016
If you're looking for a breakdown of the original Hebrew and Greek versions of the Bible as they relate to today's English, keep looking. This book relies on interpreters who don't seem to hit the mark of what the parables in the Bible mean. Some of the explanations are silly. For example: rationalizing Jacob taking Esau's birthright by saying if he kept it he'd have been a sinner with his riches. Bs.
The author does admit that the original Hebrew text contains no capitalization or punctuation. So interpreters were in demand. I believed some twisted the book up so bad that it takes going back to the original Hebrew to truly find the meaning.