- Mar 2013
- Vulcan, down the street from Darth Vader
Interesting fact about the King James translation, Christendom had no Hebrew speaking scholars to translate those Books, they had to hire Jewish Scholars to translate all of the Hebrew Books of the Old Testament
"[T]he translators used a text originating in the editions of the Hebrew Rabbinic Bible by Daniel Bomberg (1524/5), but adjusted this to conform to the Greek LXX or Latin Vulgate in passages to which Christian tradition had attached a Christological interpretation. For example, the Septuagint reading "They pierced my hands and my feet" was used in Psalm 22:16 (vs. the Masoretes' reading of the Hebrew "like lions my hands and feet")."
King James Version - Wikipedia
Thus, the KJV is not valid for use as a Jewish version of the Tanakh.