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ID:131
Author:Aquillon, P.
Year:1975
Title:Pierre Haultin et Louis Rabier: Co-Úditeurs de la Bible franšaise
Pages:142-149
Journal:Gutenberg-Jahrbuch
Volume:1975
Keywords:Translators: Haultin; Translators: Rabier; Versions, Modern--French

ID:132
Year:1994
Collection Title:The Aramaic Bible: Targums in their historical context
Editor:Beattie, D.R.G.; McNamara, M.J.
Place:Sheffield
Publisher:JSOT Press
Abstract:26 essays arranged in seven sections: Targum texts and editions, the Aramaic language, the Targums and Jewish biblical interpretation, Targums of the Pentateuch, Targums of the Hagiographa, Targum and New Testament, Jewish traditions and Christian writings. Some titles: S. Kaufman, "Dating the language of the Palestinian Targums and their use in the study of first century CE texts," M. Hengel, "The Scriptures and their interpretation in Second Temple Judaism," J. Ribera, "The Targum: from translation to interpretation," M. Wilcox, "The Aramaic background of the New Testament," B. Chilton, "Aramaic and targumic antecedents of Pauline 'justification,'" M. Stone, "Jewish tradition, the Pseudepigrapha and the Christian West."
Keywords:Versions, Ancient--Aramaic: Targum

ID:133
Author:Arangaden, Chrysostum
Year:1993
Title:Carey's legacy of Bible translations
Pages:19-28
Journal:Indian Church History Review
Volume:27
Issue:1
Abstract:This description of Carey's work on the Bengali, Sanskrit and Marathi Bibles is followed by a listing of the many Bible translations with which William Carey was associated and by a description of the early work the BFBS did with Carey in Bengal. RTA
Keywords:Translators: Carey

ID:134
Author:Arasaratnam, Sinnappah
Year:1985
Title:The first century of Protestant Christianity in Jaffna 1658-1750
Pages:39-54
Journal:Indian Church History Review
Volume:19
Issue:Jun
Abstract:The article examines the introduction and progress of Protestant Christianity in the Jaffna peninsula in north Ceylon during the period 1658 to 1760. During this period, the church was very much an arm of the state and state-church relations are examined. Education was a major activity of the church and a network of schools were set up linked to the churches in villages and towns. Efforts were made by the church to train Tamil youths as schoolmasters and catechists. Institutions providing this training and the caste composition of the trainees are studied. The Christian community existed in a predominantly Hindu environment and Hindu-Christian social relations are explored
Keywords:Baldaeus, Philippus; Mey, Adrian de; Dutch East India Company; Nederlandse Hervormde Kerk -- Missions; Catechisms; Marriage customs and rites, Indic; Missionaries, Dutch; Missions -- Educational work; Missions -- History; Missions -- Sri Lanka; Missions -- Strategy; Protestant churches -- Asia; Protestant churches -- Missions; Syncretism; Tamil language; Netherlands -- Colonies; Portugal -- Colonies; Sri Lanka -- Church history

ID:135
Author:Arbez, Edward P.
Year:1952
Title:New Catholic translation of Old Testament
Pages:237-254
Journal:Catholic Biblical Quarterly
Volume:14
Issue:3
Keywords:Versions, Modern--English: Confraternity;

ID:136
Author:Archer, Gleason L.
Year:1991
Title:The Relationship between the Septuagint translation and the Massoretic text in Jeremiah
Pages:139-150
Journal:Trinity Journal
Volume:12
Issue:2
Keywords:Versions, Ancient--Greek: LXX

ID:137
Author:Archimandrite Augustin
Year:1990
Title:Franciscij Scorina and the Prague Bible: For the 500th anniversary of his birth
Pages:72-76
Journal:Journal of the Moscow Patriarchate
Volume:11
Keywords:

ID:138
Author:Argyle, A. W.
Year:1953
Title:The Elements of New Testament Textual Criticism
Pages:118-125
Journal:Bible Translator
Volume:04
Issue:3
Abstract:Introduces readers to the first principles of NT textual criticism and their application. Several examples of application are given.
Keywords:Textual criticism: principles;

ID:139
Author:Argyle, A. W.
Year:1955
Title:The Causal Use of the Relative Pronouns in the Greek New Testament
Pages:165-169
Journal:Bible Translator
Volume:06
Issue:4
Abstract:The relative pronouns hos and hostis often have causal force in classical Greek. This usage continues in the NT in at least 31 instances. Each one is discussed.
Keywords:Grammar, Greek: pronouns, relative; Terms, Greek: hostis; Terms, Greek: hos

ID:140
Author:Argyle, A. W.
Year:1956
Title:Book Review
Pages:138-143
Journal:Bible Translator
Volume:07
Issue:3
Abstract:Reviews Karl Ludwig Schmidt's article in the TWNT on ekklesia (church, assembly).
Keywords:Terms, Greek: aggareuein; church; Terms, Greek: ekklesia


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