Bible ~~- Older Testament ~~- Judges ~~- chapter 6 of 21 (40 verses.)

Judges 6:32Wrench


(Ever since [Gideon] knocked down Baal's altar, people call Gideon โ€˜Jerub-baalโ€™, which means โ€˜Let Baal {Demon-Master} defend himself!โ€™)


Other English Bible translations of Judges 6:32:

Complete Jewish Bible (Sacred Name Version)CJB-SNTherefore on that day Gidโ€˜on was given the name Yerubaโ€˜al [let Baโ€˜al defend], because they said, "Let Baโ€˜al defend himself against him, since he destroyed his altar."
New International Version (Sacred Name)NIV-SRSo that day they called Gideon 'Jerub-Baal, ' saying, 'Let Baal contend with him,' because he broke down Baal's altar.
New International Readers Version (Sacred Name)NIRV-SNThat's why Gideon was called Jerub-Baal that day. He said, 'Let Baal take his stand against him.' Gideon had torn down Baal's altar.
New Living Translation (Sacred Name Version)NLT-SNFrom then on Gideon was called Jerubbaal, which means 'Let Baal defend himself,' because he knocked down Baal's altar.
New Revised Standard (Sacred Name Edition)NRSV-SNTherefore on that day Gideon was called Jerubbaal, that is to say, "Let Baal contend against him," because he pulled down his altar.
The Message (Sacred Name Version)MSG-SNThey nicknamed Gideon that day Jerub-Baal because after he had torn down the Baal altar, he had said, 'Let Baal fight his own battles.'
Good News Translation (Sacred Name)GNT-SNFrom then on Gideon was known as Jerubbaal, because Joash said, "Let Baal defend himself; it is his altar that was torn down."
New American Standard (Sacred Name Bible)NASB-SNTherefore on that day he named him Jerubbaal, that is to say, 'Let Baal contend against him,' because he had torn down his altar.
King James Version (unedited)KJVTherefore on that day he called him Jerubbaal, saying, Let Baal plead against him, because he hath thrown down his altar.