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Ezekiel 18 And 20. Textual Criticism, Philology And Grammar

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To ascertain whether Ezekiel 18 and 20 offer a reliable textual basis for a view of the relationship between individual and collective responsibility in Ezekiel, this chapter offers text-critical, philological and grammatical notes to the MT of these two chapters. Text emendations and text-critical proposals for emendation are, globally viewed, of marginal significance. The representation of the references to God and the divine name does justice to the rules for the pronunciation of the Tetragrammaton, as it is indicated in the MT. The chapter presents all the verses in the Ezekiel 18 and 20.

Keywords: Ezekiel; grammar; philology; Tetragrammaton; textual criticism



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