A Critical Examination Of The Peshitta Version Of The Book Of Ezra

Autore: Charles A. Hawley
Editore: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1597522899
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The Syriac Version Of Ezra Nehemiah

Autore: Balzaretti Claudio
Editore: Gregorian Biblical BookShop
ISBN: 8876533540
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he Syriac Version of Ezra-Nehemiah seems to be based on an original Hebrew text that is partly different from the one transmitted in the Masoretic tradition. This study seeks explain how the Syriac translator understood the Hebrew text. The author firstly examines the manuscript traditions and provides a critical apparatus to the Syriac text. He then investigates the translation technique and shows the translator’s efforts to solve the difficulties in the original by offering a more coherent and clearer new text. This monograph also discusses questions concerning the translator and his community. In sum, the Syriac version constitutes a stimulus and a call to read the Old Testament afresh. «Despite the fact that the Syriac version of the book of Ezra and Nehemiah presents some notable differences in comparison with the Hebrew Text, there has been no exhaustive research on this book». «The history of the research has shown the persistence of certain opinions which a more careful analysis has demonstrated to be problematic. As this point, we can put forward two presuppositions of our research: in the history of the canon does not allow us to make deductions as to the history of its translation and transmission». «From the rhetorical point of view, we have recognised various phenomena which can be summarised in a few words: the translation provides a clearer and more consistent presentation of the original Hebrew, even at the cost of sacrificing some redundant expressions of the Vorlage, but with the aim of producing a well-ordered arrangement of the text by means of the technique of repetition».

An Annotated Bibliography Of The Peshi Ta Of The Old Testament

Autore: P. B. Dirksen
Editore: BRILL
ISBN: 9789004090170
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Ezra Nehemiah

Editore: Westminster John Knox Press
ISBN: 0664221866
Grandezza: 53,52 MB
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This volume, a part of the Old Testament Library series, explores the books of Ezra and Nehemiah The Old Testament Library provides fresh and authoritative treatments of important aspects of Old Testament study through commentaries and general surveys. The contributors are scholars of international standing.

Elenchus Of Biblica

Editore: Gregorian Biblical BookShop
ISBN: 9788876536496
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Biblical Interpretation In Ancient Israel

Autore: Michael Fishbane
Editore: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0198263252
Grandezza: 80,59 MB
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This acclaimed book offers the first comprehensive treatment and analysis fo the phenomenon of textual interpretation ion ancient Israel. Fishbane explores the rich tradition of exegesis prior to the development of biblical interpretation in early classical Judaism and the earliest Christian communities, and analyzes four main categories of exegesis: scribal, legal, aggadic, and mantological. The paperback edition has been expanded with new material and appendices.

The Peshi Ta Of Daniel

Autore: Richard A. Taylor
Editore: BRILL
ISBN: 9789004101487
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The Peshit ta of Daniel sets forth an analysis of the Syriac text of the Book of Daniel. It discusses the relationship of the Peshit ta text of Daniel to the Hebrew/Aramaic text of this portion of Scripture, and its relationship to the Old Greek and Theodotionic versions as well. Making use of the Leiden edition of the Syriac text, it seeks to evaluate the text-critical value of the Peshit ta of Daniel. It also describes various translation techniques employed in the Peshit ta of Daniel and evaluates its qualities as a translation.

The Syriac Version Of The Old Testament

Autore: M. P. Weitzman
Editore: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521017466
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An introduction to the Syrian version of the Old Testament examining historical and philological origins.

La Septuaginta En La Investigaci N Contempor Nea

Autore: Natalio Fernández Marcos
Editore: Editorial CSIC - CSIC Press
ISBN: 9788400059385
Grandezza: 54,34 MB
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Hebrew For The Goyim

Autore: Pat Mercer Hutchens
Editore: Xulon Press
ISBN: 1602665656
Grandezza: 42,77 MB
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Each letter of the Hebrew alphabet was first a picture with a purpose, a drawing with meaning. Yes, there are codes in the Bible. They go back to the beginnings, to Egyptian hieroglyphs and to Phoenician, Middle Eastern and Hebrew alphabets, from which most languages emerged. For seekers or anyone interested in origins, alphabets or the Bible, Hebrew for the Goyim is the book for you. "Pat Hutchens is an audacious talent, enormously creative and a life-long learner. This book is one of her finest accomplishments." Dr. Orley Herron Critically acclaimed author and former President of National Louis University, Evanston, Illinois "Pat Hutchens book is valuable for the library of scholars, students or anyone fascinated by the literature and life of ancient Israel. Hebrew for the Goyim is carefully researched, informative and a lot of fun." William L. Armstrong President, Colorado Christian University United States Senator, 1979-91. Pat Mercer Hutchens, from Winnfield, Louisiana, began Hebrew studies in Jerusalem, Israel. She studied at Wheaton College with the famous Dr. Barton Payne and was elected to the National Scholastic Honor Society in Hebrew Studies, at Fuller Theological Seminary where her husband graduated, and in Tel Aviv, Israel, where for two years the family immersed themselves in the Hebrew language, culture and religion of Judaism. Returning to Chicago, Pat graduated with an MFA from Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, where she began intensive studies of Hebrew letters as an early art form. Pat earned an MS from National Louis University and recently a PhD from Louisiana Baptist University in Theology and Biblical Studies, with a concentration in Hebrew. Pat and her husband co-authored a book, Guilty, Keeping God's Covenant of Love with Israel. She writes bi-monthly articles on the Hebrew letters for The Jerusalem Connection, International (www.tjci.org) in Washington, D.C.