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ID:421
Author:Raurell, Frederic
Year:1996
Title:"Doxa" en la teologia i antropologia dels LXX
Place:Barcelona: Barcelona
Publisher:Herder; Edicions de la Facultat de Teologia d Catalunya
Keywords:Theology

ID:422
Author:Rebenich, Stefan
Year:1993
Title:Jerome: The "Vir Trilinguis" and the "Hebraica Veritas
Pages:50-77
Journal:Vigiliae Christianae
Volume:47
Issue:1
Abstract:Jerome was much indebted to Origen on textual and exegetical matters. Recognition of the extent of his borrowing from others has led to the conclusion that he was merely a compiler. Contrary to Nautin, however, Jerome did not employ the Jewish tradition only indirectly through Greek authors but was in direct contact with Jews who helped him translate the OT, define the canon, and tackle exegetical questions. Jerome legitimized his recourse to Hebrew by philological and theological arguments. His use of the LXX to repulse attacks by those who considered it inspired entangled him in contradictions. (c) Religious and Theological Abstracts
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ID:423
Author:Reventlow, Henning Graf
Year:1997
Title:Theologische Probleme der Septuaginta und der hellenistischen Hermeneutik
Place:Gütersloh
Publisher:Kaiser, Gütersloher Verl.-Haus
Series:Veröffentlichungen der Wissenschaftlichen Gesellschaft für Theologie 11
Keywords:Theology

ID:424
Author:Rex, Richard
Year:1992
Title:St. John Fisher's Treatise on the Authority of the Septuagint
Pages:55-116
Journal:Journal of Theological Studies
Volume:43
Issue:1
Abstract:Among previously unpublished manuscripts of John Fisher is a brief treatise defending the early Christian belief that the Septuagint translation of the OT was directly and verbally inspired, just like the Hebrew original, by the Holy Spirit. Presents an edition of Fisher's defense of the Septuagint translation as an important addition to the corpus of his writings. (c) Religious and Theological Abstracts
Keywords:Authority; History

ID:425
Author:Riley, William
Year:1990
Title:Perceiving the Cosmos: Wisdom Literature as a Source of Creation Theology
Pages:42-57
Journal:Proceedings of the Irish Biblical Assn
Volume:13
Abstract:Surveys creation thought in the Wisdom literature of the Hebrew Bible and the Septuagint and points to some of the implications for a Christian theology of creation. (c) Religious and Theological Abstracts
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ID:426
Author:Roberts, P.
Year:1997
Title:Seers or Overseers?
Pages:301-05
Journal:Expository Times
Volume:108
Issue:10
Abstract:The Greek term kubern seis found in 1 Cor 12, Rom 12 and Eph 4 and nowhere else in the NT, but three times in LXX to translate the Hebrew tahbul t with the idea of giving guidance, is often seen by translators to mean government and to refer to overseers or deacons. The gift did not survive in any formal church office but refers to leaders and laity sensitive to the voice of the Spirit. (c) Religious and Theological Abstracts
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ID:427
Author:Rofé, Alexander
Year:1997
Title:The methods of late biblical scribes as evidenced by the Septuagint compared with the other textual witnesses
Collection Title:Tehillah le-Moshe
Editor:Cogan, M.; et al.
Place:Winona Lake, IN
Publisher:Eisenbrauns
Pages:259-70
Keywords:Textual Criticism

ID:428
Author:Rofé, Alexander
Year:1995
Title:Not exile but annihilation for Zedekiah's people: the purport of Jeremiah 52 in the Septuagint
Collection Title:VIII Congress of the International Organization for Septuagint and Cognate Studies
Editor:Greenspoon, Leonard J.; Munnich, Olivier
Place:Atlanta
Publisher:Scholars Press
Pages:165-70
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ID:429
Author:Rofé, Alexander
Year:1996
Title:Ruth 4:11 LXX: a Midrashic dramatization
Collection Title:Texts, Temples, and Traditions: A Tribute to Menahem Haran
Editor:Fox, Michael V.; et al.
Place:Winona Lake, IN
Publisher:Eisenbrauns
Pages:*119-*124
Keywords:Exegetical Translation

ID:430
Author:Romano, Penna; Marco, Nobile
Year:1994
Title:Appunti di un giornata di studio: I Reinterpretazione cristologica in Paulo di alcuni testi veterotestementari con YHWH of a Study Day: I. Christological Reinterpretation of Some OT Texts with YHWH as Subject in Paul. II. Concluding Comments)
Pages:322-27
Journal:Antonianum
Volume:69(2-3
Abstract:1. In a number of Pauline passages, where the corresponding OT texts refer to YHWH, Kyrios (LXX), the Apostle made an audacious identification and/or accommodation in favor of the divinization of Christ. (a) Kyrios in Deut 6:4/1 Cor 8:6; (b) Yahwistic texts in a Christological sense: the steriotypic day of the Lord; allusions: Isa 49:23-25/Phil 2:10-11; 2 Cor 3:16?; explicit references; Joel 3:5/Rom 10:13; Jer 9:22-23/1 Cor 1:31. While Paul did not reject original monotheism, he applied Yahwistic texts and language to Christ, implying a new notion of the divinity which quickly found expression both in polemics with Jews and in intra-Christian usage. 2. The author (Marco Nobili) outlines the thrust of his book Premesse anticotestamentarie et giudaiche di cristologia (OT and Jewish Premisses to Christology, 1993). (Italian). (c) Religious and Theological Abstracts
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