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Pronunciation of the Tetragrammaton: A Historico-Linguistic Approach By Steven Ortlepp
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Two momentous happenings in the history of Israel would affect pronunciation of the Tetragrammaton: 1)The 9th century division of the Israelite kingdom: Henceforth the ten-tribe kingdom would look... More > northwards to expand cultural and commercial interests. This would cause northern Jews to rub shoulders with Phoenicians, causing the highly developed Phoenician tongue to make inroads in the North Israelite dialect. 2)The Babylonian exile: In time Babylonians would overrun the two-tribe kingdom of Judah-Benjamin. This would cause remnants of Aramaic pronunciation to become firmly entrenched in the South Israelite (Judahite) dialect. The proposed Albright-Reisel Hypothesis of North and South Israelite Pronunciation not only provides a framework for classifying all known vocalizations of the Tetragrammaton but goes a long way to explain most forms and irregularities.< Less
The Hebrew Verbal System in English Translation By Steven Ortlepp
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When translating the Hebrew verb in English, should one emphasize Aspect or Tense? Granted, aspect would form an integral part of Early Hebrew. Nevertheless, tense would become a dominant factor in... More > Late Hebrew (i.e. Mishnaic and Modern Hebrew). From the foregoing it is clear that both aspect as well as tense should be involved in the transitional phase, i.e. Biblical Hebrew.< Less
A New Look at the Prophecies of Daniel By Steven Ortlepp
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Daniel's Prophecies: The Next Level. Popular singer-songwriter, James Blunt, encourages: "You've got to ask yourself the question: 'Where are you now?'" This one can ask of the human race... More > as a whole. Following a completely different exegetical approach to the prophecies of Daniel, this author attempts to answer this very question. A definition of prophecy is "history written in advance". However, an angel ordered Daniel to seal the book until the end time. Many will rove about and the true knowledge will become abundant. He added that no wicked one will understand, but that the ones having insight, will understand (cf. Dan. 12:4, 9, 10). Wicked ones have no future in God's "new earth", so one ignores these prophecies at your peril (cf. Ps. 37:38; Prov. 2:21, 22; 2 Pet. 3:13). This monograph concentrates on Dan. 11:40-45. The new edition includes a Concise Messianic Timeline and a Quick Reference Guide for quick and easy reference.< Less
Daniel: Many Visions, One Prophecy By Steven Ortlepp
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Prophetic interpretation is subjective to an extreme degree. Notwithstanding this fact, there exists a certain unity and harmony in the prophecy of Daniel. Firstly, all his prophecies could be fitted... More > on a single timeline. Secondly, the actors and props of the drama would contribute to its unitary structure. The dreams and visions should therefore not be studied in isolation. Not only are these interconnected, but they contribute to the central theme of the Bible, i.e., the establishment of God’s kingdom. The book contains a novel approach to, and application of, Daniel's prophecies, fitting them into an existing historical framework. We are especially interested in Daniel's future predictions. These could be used as a road map, guiding us through perilous times. The commentary concentrates on the Hebrew and Aramaic text. This author is firmly committed to the authority of Scripture as divine revelation.< Less
A New Look at the Prophecies of Daniel By Steven Ortlepp
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Daniel's Prophecies: The Next Level. Popular singer-songwriter, James Blunt, encourages: "You've got to ask yourself the question: 'Where are you now?'" This one can ask of the human race... More > as a whole. Following a completely different exegetical approach to the prophecies of Daniel, this author attempts to answer this very question. A definition of prophecy is "history written in advance." However, an angel ordered Daniel to seal the book until the end time. Many will rove about and the true knowledge will become abundant. He added that no wicked one will understand, but that the ones having insight, will understand (cf. Dan. 12:4, 9, 10). Wicked ones have no future in God's "new earth", so one ignores these prophecies at your peril (cf. Ps. 37:38; Prov. 2:21, 22; 2 Pet. 3:13). This monograph concentrates on Dan. 11:40-45. The new edition includes a Concise Messianic Timeline and a Quick Reference Guide for quick and easy reference.< Less
The Green Foundation By Steven Ortlepp
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As always the Craftsmen of Destruction strive for perfection, although their goals seem questionable. This last book in the series deals with the moral dilemma in which the merchants of death and... More > their offspring find themselves. Where will it end? This book will take you there and beyond...< Less
A New Look at the Prophecies of Daniel By Steven Ortlepp
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Daniel's Prophecies: The Next Level. Popular singer-songwriter, James Blunt, encourages: "You've got to ask yourself the question: 'Where are you now?'" This one can ask of the human race... More > as a whole. Following a completely different exegetical approach to the prophecies of Daniel, this author attempts to answer this very question. A definition of prophecy is "history written in advance". However, an angel ordered Daniel to seal the book until the end time. Many will rove about and the true knowledge will become abundant. He added that no wicked one will understand, but that the ones having insight, will understand (cf. Dan. 12:4, 9, 10). Wicked ones have no future in God's "new earth", so one ignores these prophecies at your peril (cf. Ps. 37:38; Prov. 2:21, 22; 2 Pet. 3:13). The new edition includes a Concise Messianic Timeline and a Quick Reference Guide for quick and easy reference.< Less
Introduction to the Interlinear Bible By Steven Ortlepp
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The interlinear is closely connected to translation work in general. Where translation occurs, there one will find an interlinear in one form or another. What is meant by “interlinear”?... More > An interlinear consists of two parts, the original language text, accompanied by its translated text, above or below the line. Where the “interlinear” text is found next to the original language text (in brackets), the translation could be classified as an interlinear, although strictly speaking, it should be called an “intertext” translation. This Introduction examines the history and development of the interlinear Bible.< Less
Introduction to the Interlinear Bible By Steven Ortlepp
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The interlinear is closely connected to translation work in general. Where translation occurs, there one will find an interlinear in one form or another. What is meant by “interlinear”?... More > An interlinear consists of two parts, the original language text, accompanied by its translated text, above or below the line. Where the “interlinear” text is found next to the original language text (in brackets), the translation could be classified as an interlinear, although strictly speaking, it should be called an “intertext” translation. This Introduction examines the history and development of the interlinear Bible.< Less
The Hebrew Verbal System in English Translation By Steven Ortlepp
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When translating the Hebrew verb in English, should one emphasize Aspect or Tense? Granted, aspect would form an integral part of Early Hebrew. Nevertheless, tense would become a dominant factor in... More > Late Hebrew (i.e. Mishnaic and Modern Hebrew). From the foregoing it is clear that both aspect as well as tense should be involved in the transitional phase, i.e. Biblical Hebrew.< Less