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'Ultimately', as has been pointed out to me, the chapter divisions are late, and the person who divided Malachi into 3 chapters clearly felt that Malachi ch. 3, vv.19-24 are the direct continutation of the previous verses, especially vv.17-18. (similarly, the person who divided Joel into 3 chapters must have felt that what we now call "chapter 4" belongs together, content-wise, with "chapter 3".

It's worth bearing in mind that Bomberg was christian, so the chapter divisions that the bomberg 1525 rabbinic bible used weren't 'that jewish', though Nathan was, though nathan might not have made his own variant.

According to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chapters_and_verses_of_the_Bible#cite_ref-5 "Archbishop Stephen Langton and Cardinal Hugo de Sancto Caro developed different schemas for systematic division of the Bible in the early 13th century. It is the system of Archbishop Langton on which the modern chapter divisions are based "

'Ultimately', as has been pointed out to me, the chapter divisions are late, and the person who divided Malachi into 3 chapters clearly felt that Malachi ch. 3, vv.19-24 are the direct continutation of the previous verses, especially vv.17-18. (similarly, the person who divided Joel into 3 chapters must have felt that what we now call "chapter 4" belongs together, content-wise, with "chapter 3".

It's worth bearing in mind that Bomberg was christian, so the chapter divisions that the bomberg 1525 rabbinic bible used weren't 'that jewish', though Nathan was, though nathan might not have made his own variant.

According to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chapters_and_verses_of_the_Bible#cite_ref-5 "Archbishop Stephen Langton and Cardinal Hugo de Sancto Caro developed different schemas for systematic division of the Bible in the early 13th century. It is the system of Archbishop Langton on which the modern chapter divisions are based "

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The WLC began as a digitized form of the BHS, which is based on(though not identical to), the Leningrad Codex, the WLC then moved towards being a digitization of the WLC away from the BHS ref link here. The Leningrad Codex dates to before there were chapter divisions. The dating of the first edition of the BHS dates to 1968. I see the WLC uses the same chapter divisions as the BHS, which uses the same chapter divisions as the 1525 Bomberg which predates it by far. So the WLC uses the 'jewish chapter divisions'. Looking online, hebrew texts tend to use the WLC and the jewish chapter divisions that it uses, whereas many online english translations will be taking into account the latin vulgate which they use for their chapter divisions.

The WLC began as a digitized form of the BHS, which is based on(though not identical to), the Leningrad Codex, the WLC then moved towards being a digitization of the WLC away from the BHS ref link here. The Leningrad Codex dates to before there were chapter divisions. The dating of the first edition of the BHS dates to 1968. I see the WLC uses the same chapter divisions as the BHS, which uses the same chapter divisions as the 1525 Bomberg which predates it by far.

The WLC began as a digitized form of the BHS, which is based on(though not identical to), the Leningrad Codex, the WLC then moved towards being a digitization of the WLC away from the BHS ref link here. The Leningrad Codex dates to before there were chapter divisions. The dating of the first edition of the BHS dates to 1968. I see the WLC uses the same chapter divisions as the BHS, which uses the same chapter divisions as the 1525 Bomberg which predates it by far. So the WLC uses the 'jewish chapter divisions'. Looking online, hebrew texts tend to use the WLC and the jewish chapter divisions that it uses, whereas many online english translations will be taking into account the latin vulgate which they use for their chapter divisions.

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The WLC began as a digitized form of the BHS, which is based on(though not identical to), the Leningrad Codex, the WLC then moved towards being a digitization of the WLC away from the BHS ref link here, but still has the chapter divisions the BHS used. The Leningrad Codex dates to before there were chapter divisions. The dating of the first edition of the BHS dates to 1968. I see the WLC uses the same chapter divisions as the BHS, which uses the same chapter divisions as the 1525 Bomberg which predates it by far.

The WLC began as a digitized form of the BHS, which is based on(though not identical to), the Leningrad Codex, the WLC then moved towards being a digitization of the WLC away from the BHS ref link here, but still has the chapter divisions the BHS used. The Leningrad Codex dates to before there were chapter divisions. The dating of the first edition of the BHS dates to 1968. I see the BHS uses the same chapter divisions as the 1525 Bomberg which predates it by far.

The WLC began as a digitized form of the BHS, which is based on(though not identical to), the Leningrad Codex, the WLC then moved towards being a digitization of the WLC away from the BHS ref link here. The Leningrad Codex dates to before there were chapter divisions. The dating of the first edition of the BHS dates to 1968. I see the WLC uses the same chapter divisions as the BHS, which uses the same chapter divisions as the 1525 Bomberg which predates it by far.

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