Footnotes

23:5: phylacteries (tefillin in Hebrew) are small leather pouches that some Jewish men wear on their forehead and arm in prayer. They are used to carry a small scroll with some Scripture in it. See Deuteronomy 6:8.

23:5: or, tassels

§23:7: NU omits the second “Rabbi”.

23:14: Some Greek texts reverse the order of verses 13 and 14, and some omit verse 13, numbering verse 14 as 13. NU omits verse 14.

23:15: or, Hell

§23:21: NU reads “lives”

23:23: cumin is an aromatic seed from Cuminum cyminum, resembling caraway in flavour and appearance. It is used as a spice.

23:25: TR reads “self-indulgence” instead of “unrighteousness”

§23:33: or, Hell

*23:39: Psalms 118:26

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