Greek Manuscript versus Delitzsch Hebrew
The oldest, most authoritative manuscripts of the New Testament that we have today are in Greek. Delitzsch respected and highly regarded the Greek text, noting variants between the Textus Receptus and more reliable Codex Sinaiticus. By translating the Greek into Hebrew, he succeeded in communicating the message of the New Testament in a Hebrew voice.
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Prayers, Blessings, and Songs for the Sabbath
Vine of David is very pleased to present the new Sabbath Table prayer books, representing a key component of faithful Jewish living. Exquisitely crafted, comprehensive, and user-friendly, The Sabbath Table is a great resource for all who love Shabbat.
This coming Shabbat is Shabbat Shekalim. On this Sabbath a special maftir reading of Exodus 30:11-16 occurs to remind us that in the days of the Temple, the annual half-shekel Temple tax was collected during the month of Adar. It is around this time that the story of the shekel in the fish’s mouth from Matthew 17:24-17 took place