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Dealing with "indent."

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Henry Whitney 2 years ago
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 #### Structure and formatting ####
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-Some translations prefer to set apart extended quotations, prayers, or songs. The ULB and many other English translations indent the lines of 1:1-17, which are extended quotations.
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+Some translations indent each line of poetry to make it easier to read. The ULB does this with the poetry in 1:1-17.
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 This chapter is arranged in a series of questions and answers between Yahweh and Habakkuk.
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-Some translations prefer to set apart extended quotations, prayers, or songs. The ULB and many other English translations indent the lines of 2:1-20, which are extended quotations.
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+Some translations indent each line of poetry to make it easier to read. The ULB does this with the poetry in 2:1-20.
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 This chapter is arranged in a series of questions and answers between Yahweh and Habakkuk.
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+Some translations indent each line of poetry to make it easier to read. The ULB does this with the poetry in 3:1-19.
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-Some translations prefer to set apart extended quotations, prayers, or songs. The ULB and many other English translations indent the lines of 1:4-11, which is the poetic part of the quotation.
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-Some translations prefer to set apart extended quotations, prayers, or songs. The ULB and many other English translations indent the lines of 2:3-9, 21-23, which is the poetic part of the quotation.
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 This chapter is about how Jesus is superior to the angels.
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 ##### "Our ancestors" #####
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 This letter begins with an assumption of a Jewish audience. This is why it is called "Hebrews." 

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 This chapter is about how Jesus is better than Moses, the great Jew.
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 #### Structure and formatting ####
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-Some translations prefer to set apart quotations of the Old Testament. The ULB and many other English translations indent the lines of 3:7-9,15, which are quotations from the Old Testament.
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 This chapter is about how Jesus is the greatest high priest.
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 This chapter is a continuation of the teaching of the previous chapter. 
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 This chapter discusses how life as a Christian is superior to life as a Jew under the law of Moses and how the sacrifice of Jesus was superior to the sacrifices offered in the Temple. (See: [[rc://en/tw/dict/bible/kt/lawofmoses]])
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 This chapter continues a series of exhortations to Christians that began in chapter 12. These commands are not always connected to each other, so the translator should not feel obliged to make smooth transitions between subjects.
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