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».

The Old Testament In Syriac According To The Peshitta Version

Autore: D. (COL) Bakker
Editore:
ISBN: 9789004184305
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This is the first scholarly edition of Ezra, Nehemiah, and 1–2 Maccabees according to the Peshitta, the Syriac translation of the Hebrew Old Testament from the second century CE, and up to this day the Bible of the Syriac Churches.

A Commentary On The Holy Scriptures Chronicles Ezra Nehemiah Esther

Autore: Philip Schaff
Editore:
ISBN:
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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 Books Of Ezra And Nehemiah With Intr Notes And Maps By H E Ryle

Autore: Herbert Edward Ryle
Editore:
ISBN:
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The Books Of Ezra And Nehemiah

Autore: Herbert Edward Ryle
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ISBN:
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The Books Of Ezra And Nehemiah With Introduction Notes And Maps

Autore: Herbert Edward Ryle
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ISBN:
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The Anchor Bible Ezra Nehemiah

Autore: Jacob M. Myers
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ISBN:
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An Introduction To The Old Testament Translated From The Latin And German Works Of J J With Additional References And Notes By S H Turner And W R Whittingham

Autore: Johann JAHN
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ISBN:
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Creation Nature And Hope In 4 Ezra

Autore: Jonathan A. Moo
Editore: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht
ISBN: 3525531036
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"This is a groundbreaking study, examining the theme of creation in 4 Ezra more thoroughly than has been done before. Moo reads the text with an exceptional alertness to data relating to creation and nature and notices details often overlooked." -- Edward Adams, Journal for the Study of the New Testament This exegetical study of creation and nature in 4 Ezra argues that this first-century Jewish apocalypse's profound pessimism concerning humankind and the present age is matched by a surprisingly robust belief in the goodness of the created order. 4 Ezra presents the natural world as standing with God over and against corrupt humankind, envisions substantial elements of continuity between the ages, and hints that those parts of the earth that remain unsullied by humankind still stand witness to God's sovereignty, love and justice and even serve as material pointers to the new creation. This study calls into question the persistent assumption that apocalypticism and the 'apocalyptic eschatology' of the historical apocalypses in particular necessarily entails a profound dualism. Emerging as it does from an experience of historical disaster and unresolved questions of theodicy, 4 Ezra especially is often considered an apocalypse in which the doctrine of the two ages has been radicalised to the extent that creation, history and life in this world have lost their meaning or significance. The results of this study, however, indicate that while 4 Ezra considers the world of humankind to be corrupted and corrupting, in the natural world the creator's sovereignty is not so obscured, and there his original intentions for creation can still be perceived. This study provides a fresh reading of 4 Ezra that takes seriously the book's unity and coherence. Its conclusions suggest that it may be best to abandon the label 'apocalyptic eschatology' given its potential to mast the interesting complexities and mix of continuity and discontinuity that attend the portrayal of creation, nature and hope in an apocalypse like 4 Ezra.