It looks to me like it's predominantly an hermenuetics question, which means it probably belongs on BH.
If you look at the end note you'll see that the OP later posted two questions on BH that solved his problem.
The one answer is got here was a massive bit of copy pasta, not an actual answer. What the OP was looking for was an answer about lingual differences in the text. That's BH's domain for the most part. The OP seemed quite happy with the outcome.
Note: OT is kind of an odd close reason in this case, but it fits. There is a better SE site for this so it's just barely outside of our scope. If BH didn't exist it'd be squarely within our scope and would (hopefully), have much better answers. Because BH exists, we try to give them these questions when we can (in this case there were a couple of different questions, so instead of a straight migration, the OP simply asked 2 and we closed the one on our end).