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ID:211
Author:Bailey, Kenneth E.
Year:1991
Title:Early Arabic New Testaments of Mt. Sinai and the task of exegesis
Pages:45-62
Journal:Theological Review
Volume:12
Issue:2
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ID:212
Author:Bailey, Lloyd R.
Year:1982
Title:The word of God, a guide to English versions of the Bible
Place:Atlanta
Publisher:Knox
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ID:213
Author:Bailey, Lloyd R.
Year:1986
Title:Words and the translator
Pages:266-277
Journal:Word & World
Volume:6
Issue:3
Keywords:Versions, Modern--English;

ID:214
Author:Bailey, N.A.
Year:1998
Title:'What's Wrong with My Word Order?' Topic, Focus, Information Flow, and Other Pragmatic Aspects of Some Biblical Genealogies
Pages:1-29
Journal:Journal of Translation and Textlinguistics
Volume:10
Abstract:Using the genealogy in Matt 1:2-17, B. considers problems in translating passages where the topic changes from one sentence to the next. As background, he summarizes recent functional-typological literature on topic, focus and information structure. He finds that, in spite of divergent word orders, there is a tendency across languages for given information to be followed by new information in the genealogy.
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ID:215
Author:Baker, Nelson B.
Year:1954
Title:The Revised Version in the light of history
Pages:62-73
Journal:Review & Expositor
Volume:51
Issue:Jan
Keywords:Versions, Modern--English: RSV;

ID:216
Author:Bakker, M.
Year:1996
Title:Towards a Critical Edition of the Old Slavic New Testament
Degree:Ph.D.
Place:Amsterdam
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ID:217
Author:Baly, Dennis
Year:1969
Title:The Treatment of Geographical Features in Biblical Maps
Pages:56-62
Journal:Bible Translator
Volume:20
Issue:2
Abstract:Indicates the necessity for accurate geographical information in Bible studies and raises a question concerning the quality and quantity of the presently available Bible Maps. Considers what is important information, then criticizes several prominent atlases such as: (1) The Westminster Historical Atlas to the Bible ed. by G. E. Wright and F. V. Filson, 1956; (2) Atlas of the Bible by L. H. Grallenberg, 1956; (3) Rand McNally Bible Atlas by E. G. Kraeling, 1956; (4) Oxford Bible Atlas ed. by H. G. May, 1962; and (5) Macmillan Bible Atlas by Y. Aharoni and M. Avi-Yonah, 1968.
Keywords:Translation production; Maps; Geography;

ID:218
Author:Bandstra, A.J.
Role:reviewer
Year:1984
Title:The Holy Bible, New King James version (1982)
Pages:226-229
Journal:Calvin Theological Journal
Volume:19
Abstract:not really a revision, but some archaic terms replaced, and footnotes added
Keywords:Versions, Modern--English: NKJV

ID:219
Author:Banon, D.
Year:1974
Title:Questions de méthode (dans l'interprétation des textes hébraïques de la Bible)
Pages:161-169
Journal:Revue de théologie et de philosophie
Volume:3
Issue:24
Abstract:Elenchus 57
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ID:220
Author:Banz, Clint
Year:1990
Title:The Anglo-Saxon translations of the Bible
Pages:44-51
Journal:Calvary Baptist Theological Journal
Volume:6
Issue:2
Abstract:Early translations from the Latin: poems and songs of Caedmon, portions of the OT and Gospels by Bede and Alfred (8th century), translations and homilies by Aelfric (10th century).
Keywords:Versions, Ancient--Anglo-Saxon: Caedmon, Bede, Aelfric


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