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ID:171
Author:Eynikel, Erik; Lust, Johan
Year:1991
Title:The Use of Deuro and Deute in the LXX : [Samuel and Kings]
Pages:57-68
Journal:Ephemerides Theologicae Lovanienses
Volume:67
Issue:1
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ID:172
Author:Eynikel, Erik; Lust, Johan
Year:1991
Title:The use of deuro and deute in the LXX
Pages:57-68
Journal:Ephemerides Theologicae Lovanienses
Volume:67
Issue:1
Abstract:Samuel and Kings.
Keywords:LXX Lexicography--lemma

ID:173
Author:Faber, Riemer A.
Year:1995
Title:The Juridical Nuance in the NT Use of PROSOPOLEMPSIA
Pages:299-309
Journal:Westminster Theological Journal
Volume:57
Issue:2
Abstract:Prosopolempsia is one of a few Greek words in the NT that derive from Hebrew via the LXX. The word is used to evoke the legal connotations associated with the Hebrew expression nasa panim. However, one should not conclude from the close association between these words that an entire system of Jewish Greek existed in the 1st century AD. Discussion of the contexts of Acts 10:34 and Rom 2:11 suggest that prosopolempsia is used in the decidedly Christian context of God's eschatological judgment. The link between God's final judgment and Christ's atoning sacrifice is explicit in 1 Pet 1:17. Adaptation of prosopolempsia to the setting of the new dispensation is evidenced further in its usage within the admonitions to Christian living in Col 3:25; Eph 6:9; and James 2:1, 9. The OT origin of this term serves to explain its NT usage while its meaning is enhanced. (c) Religious and Theological Abstracts
Keywords:LXX in NT Lexicography

ID:174
Author:FernŠndez Marcos, Natalio
Year:2001
Title:David the Adolescent: On Psalm 151
Collection Title:The Old Greek Psalter: Studies in Honour of Albert Pietersma
Editor:Hiebert, Robert J.V.; Cox, Claude E.; Gentry, P.J.
Place:Sheffield
Publisher:Sheffield Academic Press
Pages:205-17
Series:Journal for the Study of the Old Testament. Supplement Series 332
Keywords:Psalms; David

ID:175
Author:FernŠndez Marcos, Natalio
Year:1994
Title:Scribes and translators: Septuagint and Old Latin in the Books of Kings
Place:Leiden; New York
Publisher:Brill
Keywords:Literary study--Individual book--Kings

ID:176
Author:FernŠndez Marcos, Natalio
Year:2000
Title:The Septuagint in context: introduction to the Greek version of the Bible
Place:Leiden
Publisher:Brill
Abstract:Translation of IntroducciÚn a las versiones griegas de la Biblia (2nd revised and enlarged edition).
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ID:177
Author:FernŠndez Marcos, Natalio
Year:1994
Title:The Septuagint reading of the book of Job
Collection Title:The Book of Job
Editor:Beuken, W.
Pages:251-66
Keywords:Literary study--Individual book--Job

ID:178
Author:Fischer, Georg
Year:1997
Title:Zum Text des Jeremiabuches
Pages:305-28
Journal:Biblica
Volume:78
Issue:3
Abstract:The last 25 years have seen many published writings expressing preference for the Greek text of Jeremiah. The reasons usually adduced (the evidence of 4Q71; the shorter text; greater cohesion) cannot, however, demonstrate its priority. Instead, a number of arguments (the evidence of the tradition; the ideal program; a more challenging text) suggest that preference should rather be given to the longer and more complex Hebrew text. The MT of Jeremiah represents to a much higher degree than does the LXX the original version of the book. (c) Religious and Theological Abstracts
Keywords:Textual Criticism--Jeremiah

ID:179
Author:Flint, Peter W.
Year:1997
Title:The Dead Sea Psalms scrolls and the book of Psalms
Place:Leiden
Publisher:Brill
Keywords:Psalms

ID:180
Author:Flint, Peter W.
Year:1995
Title:The Psalms scrolls from the Judaean desert and the Septuagint Psalter
Collection Title:VIII Congress of the International Organization for Septuagint and Cognate Studies
Editor:Greenspoon, Leonard; Munnich, O.
Place:Atlanta
Publisher:Scholars Press
Pages:203-17
Keywords:Textual Criticism--Psalms


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