S. Holmes’ exhaustive investigation of the Hebrew and Greek texts of the book of Joshua examines the discrepancies between the Masoretic Text and the Septuagint. He zeroes in on the nuances of language and the omissions that might easily be passed over in other studies, highlighting the significance of these alterations to the work as a whole.
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- Examines and contrasts the Hebrew and Greek texts of Joshua
- Discusses the differences between the interpretations and translations
- Analyzes the text verse by verse
- Title: Joshua: The Hebrew and Greek Texts
- Author: S. Holmes
- Publisher: University Press
- Publication Date: 1914
- Pages: 80
About S. Holmes
S. Holmes was a lecturer in theology at Jesus College in Oxford.