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Fault
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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Fault
Fault [Heb. ḥaṭṭāʾṯ ‘sin’ (Ex. 5:16), rîḇ (Ex. 17:2), meʾûmâ (2 S. 24:13), ḥēṭʾ (Gen. 41:9), sēṯer, ʿāwōn (2 S. 3:8; Ps. 59:4 [MT 5]); Aram šeḥaṯ; Gk. elénchō (Mt. 18:15), mémphomai (Rom. 9:19; He. 8:8), mōmáomai (2 Cor. 6:3)]: AV also CHIDE, BLAME; NEB also DISPUTE WITH, “charge
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
FAULT
FAULT<folt> ([חָטָא‎, chaTa’]; [αἰτία, aitia], [μέμφομαι, memphomai]): Implies defect, of less moral weight than crime or sin. It is the translation of chaTa’, “error,” “failure,” “sin” (Ex 5:16); of cheT’, same meaning (Gen 41:9, “I do remember my faults this day”); of `awon, “perversity,”
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Fault
FAULT, fôlt (חָטָא‎, ḥāṭā’; αἰτία, aitía, μέμφομαι, mémphomai): Implies defect, of less moral weight than crime or sin. It is the tr of ḥāṭā’, “error,” “failure,” “sin” (Ex 5:16); of ḥēṭ’, same meaning (Gen 41:9, “I do remember my faults this day”); of ‘āwōn, “perversity,” “iniquity” (2 S