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26. 21 E. , Martin Luther. Sendbrief vom Dolmetschen und Summarien über die Psalmen und Ursachen des Dolmetschens. , “Translators and the Development of National Languages” in Translators Through History, Jean Delisle and Judith Woodsworth, eds. (Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 1995) p. 37. 22 Martin Luther, “A Letter of Consolation to All who Suffer Persecution Because of God’s Word, Addressed to Hartmut von Cronberg,” Luther’s Works, AE, vol 43, Devotional Writings: II, Gustav K. , Helmut T. Lehmann, gen.

4 For this reason computer-generated translations, while helpful in some situations, are not able to adequately and consistently convey the proper meaning. ” In response, by that understanding Mark gave the “meaning” of Christ’s words, not the literal “translation,” which is precisely the basic tenet of non-literal “functionally equivalent” or “meaning-based” translation. 7 Many New Testament citations of Old Testament passages are not translations of the Hebrew text. Instead, they follow the wording of the Septuagint (the Greek translation of the Old Testament), clearly demonstrating that New Testament authors did not follow a principle of word-for-word adherence to the Hebrew original.

Sendbrief vom Dolmetschen und Summarien über die Psalmen und Ursachen des Dolmetschens. , “Translators and the Development of National Languages” in Translators Through History, Jean Delisle and Judith Woodsworth, eds. (Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 1995) p. 37. 22 Martin Luther, “A Letter of Consolation to All who Suffer Persecution Because of God’s Word, Addressed to Hartmut von Cronberg,” Luther’s Works, AE, vol 43, Devotional Writings: II, Gustav K. , Helmut T. Lehmann, gen. ed. (Philadelphia: Fortress Press) p.

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