Septuagint Bibliography: Search Results

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ID:51
Author:Borghi, Ernesto
Year:1997
Title:La notion de conscience dans le Nouveau Testament: Une proposition de lecture
Pages:85-98
Journal:Filologia Neotestamentaria
Volume:10
Issue:19-20
Abstract:Etymological observations as well as examination of the few occurrences of syneide-sis in the LXX and nonbiblical, Judeo-Hellenistic writings set a backdrop for reading the 30, mostly Pauline, NT uses of the term. It appears in the NT with three different meanings: (1) a capacity for ethical analysis; (2) the point of deep introspection which orients a person's moral options; (3) the practice of life inspired by the knowledge of God's divine action, i.e. love. The basic idea of this complex NT concept is knowing God and other human beings in order to love them, and loving them in order to know them. (c) Religious and Theological Abstracts
Keywords:LXX in NT Lexicography

ID:52
Author:Borgonovo, Gianantonio
Year:1999
Title:De Genesi a R: Differenze tra LXX e testo massoretico. Prolegomeni per una interpretatazione
Pages:159-70
Journal:Annali di Scienze Religiose
Volume:4
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ID:53
Author:Boyd-Taylor, Cameron
Year:1997
Title:Esther's Great Adventure. Reading the LXX Version of the Book of Esther in Light of Its Assimilation to the Conventions of the Greek Romantic Novel
Pages:81-113
Journal:BIOSCS
Keywords:Esther

ID:54
Author:Boyd-Taylor, Cameron
Year:1998
Title:A Place in the Sun
Pages:71-105
Journal:BIOSCS
Volume:31
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ID:55
Author:Boyd-Taylor, Cameron; Austin, P. C.; Feuerverger, A.
Year:2001
Title:The Assessment of Manuscript Affiliation within a Probabilistic Framework: A Study of Alfred Rahlfs's Core Manuscript Groupings for the Greek Psalter
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:98-124
Series:Journal for the Study of the Old Testament. Supplement Series 332
Keywords:Psalms; text

ID:56
Author:Brawley, Robert L.
Year:1993
Title:An Absent Complement and Intertextuality in John 19:28-29
Pages:427-43
Journal:Journal of Biblical Literature
Volume:112
Issue:3
Abstract:Attempts to interpret the obscure allusion to the fulfillment of Scripture in John 19:28-29, which makes no explicit biblical reference, by employing recent advances in the theories of intertextuality. The passage echoes Ps 69:21 (LXX 68:22) and other Psalms of lament (particularly also Ps 22). The precursor and successor texts become mutually interpretive messages of the irony of the Messiah suffering for his faithfulness to God. Innocent suffering for God's sake vindicates the suffering of Jesus and transforms his crucifixion from an embarrassing conflict with messianism into a confirmation of it. (c) Religious and Theological Abstracts
Keywords:LXX in NT

ID:57
Author:Brin, Gershon
Year:1992
Title:Job V:3--textual test case: the translator's limits of consideration
Pages:391-93
Journal:Vetus Testamentum
Volume:42
Abstract:With a reply by D. Wolfers, in VT 1993 43:274-276.
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ID:58
Author:Brock, Sebastian P.
Year:1992
Title:To revise or not to revise: attitudes to Jewish biblical translation
Collection Title:Septuagint, scrolls and cognate writings
Editor:Brooke, George J.; Lindars, Barnabas
Place:Atlanta
Publisher:Scholars Press
Pages:301-38
Keywords:Translating

ID:59
Author:Brodie, Tom
Year:1992
Title:Not Q but Elijah
Pages:54-71
Journal:Irish Biblical Studies
Volume:14
Issue:2
Abstract:The account of the life-giving command which healed the centurion's servant (Luke 7:1-10; Matt 8:5-13; cf. John 4:43-54) is generally attributed to Q. It is more credible that Luke's text involves a synthesizing and Christianizing of the commands issued through Elijah which warded off the threat of death (1 Kgs 17:1-16). Takes account of three factors: (1) Luke's imitation of the LXX; (2) Luke's manifold indebtedness to the Elijah-Elisha narrative; (3) the special indebtedness of Luke 7 to the women stories of 1 Kgs 17 and 2 Kgs 4. (c) Religious and Theological Abstracts
Keywords:LXX in NT

ID:60
Author:Brooke, George J.
Year:1992
Title:The Temple Scroll and LXX Exodus 35-40
Collection Title:Septuagint, scrolls and cognate writings
Editor:Brooke, George J.; Lindars, Barnabas
Place:Atlanta
Publisher:Scholars Press
Pages:81-106
Keywords:Textual Criticism--Exodus


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