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ID:251
Author:Barrick, William D.
Year:1984
Title:Current Trends and Tensions in Old Testament Textual Criticism
Pages:301-308
Journal:Bible Translator
Volume:35
Issue:3
Abstract:Due to recent discoveries of ancient manuscripts, four schools of textual criticism have emerged: Jerusalem (cautious conservatism); Edinburgh (semantic transmission); Baltimore (conservative emanation); and Rome (innovative philosophy). A fifth school, Göttingen (conjectural emanation) should have no place when referring to autographa.
Keywords:Textual criticism: emendation; Textual criticism, OT; Emendations, conjectural

ID:252
Author:Barrick, William D.
Year:2001
Title:The Integration of OT Theology with Bible Translation
Pages:15-31
Journal:The Master's Seminary Journal
Volume:12
Issue:1
Abstract:Three passages from Genesis (12.3; 15.5; 19.24) illustrate the interaction between translation and theology--the importance of Hebrew syntax and poetic structure, the contribution of archaeology, the importance of not excluding possible interpretations in passages with debated meanings, how important details may be obscured by translation.
Keywords:Theology;

ID:253
Author:Bartelink, G.J.M.
Year:1980
Title:Hieronymus, Liber 'De optimo genere interpretandi' (Epistula 57): Ein Kommentar
Place:Leiden
Publisher:Brill
Keywords:Translators: Jerome

ID:254
Author:Barthélemy, Dominique
Year:1974
Title:Pourquoi la Torah a-t-elle été traduite en grec?
Collection Title:Approaches to Semiotics 26; Festschrift for E.A. Nida
Place:The Hague
Publisher:Mouton
Pages:23-41
Abstract:Reprinted in Études d'histoire du texte de l'AT, Freiburg-Br/Schw and Göttingen: Universitaires/VR, 1978, 322-340.
Keywords:Versions, Ancient

ID:255
Author:Barthélemy, Dominique
Year:1992
Title:Critique textuelle de l'Ancien Testament. Tome 3. Ézéchiel, Daniel et
Place:Fribourg Suisse; Göttingen
Publisher:Éditions Universitaires; Vandenhoeck &
Abstract:The third volume in the final report of the HOTTP features an outstanding 242-page introduction on the ancient Hebrew manuscripts and manuscript traditions, the Masora, the emergence of the Masoretic text, and the ancient versions and their relations to the Hebrew textual traditions. The format of the commentary follows that of volume two, though with a much-improved appearance, so that (aside from the small type and the habitual unportable dimensions!) the volume is friendly to the translation consultant who reads French.
Keywords:Textual criticism, OT

ID:256
Author:Bartlett, David L.
Year:1997
Title:Between Translation and Targum
Pages:141-160
Journal:Journal of the American Academy of Religion
Volume:65
Issue:1
Abstract:A review essay that closely examines the validity and usefulness of The New Testament and Psalms: An Inclusive Version. B. asks: what is its literary value? (not so great) what is its value for scholarship? (none) and what is its value for the life of the worshiping communites that use it? (very valuable, with important qualifications).
Keywords:Versions, Modern--English; Inclusive language

ID:257
Author:Bartlett, Lawrence
Year:1995
Title:Inclusive Language: Trendy or Tolerant?
Pages:8-14
Journal:St. Mark's Review
Volume:Winter
Abstract:B., chairman of the Liturgical Commission of the Anglican Church of Australia, advocates strongly for inclusive language, while warning against mechanical substitutions and poorly thought out solutions.
Keywords:Inclusive language

ID:258
Author:Bartolot, R.; Galizzi, M.
Year:1976
Title:Diffusione della Bibbia: un vero apostolato
Pages:238-240
Journal:Parole di Vita
Volume:21
Keywords:

ID:259
Author:Barton, John
Year:1992
Title:Review
Pages:545-550
Journal:Journal of Theological Studies
Volume:43
Issue:2
Abstract:REB, NRSV. After pointing out how modern translations are tending to converge, offering less choice instead of more, B. compares REB and NRSV, raising questions about the relationship between the translation and the text base, about appropriate registers in modern English for different parts of the Bible, and about translating inclusively.
Keywords:Versions, Modern--English: REB; Versions, Modern--English: NRSV

ID:260
Author:Barton, W. E
Year:1911
Title:Celebration of the three hundredth anniversary of the publication of the Authorized (or King James) Version of the Bible In English : held in Orchestra Hall, Chicago, Thursday, May 4, 1911, 8 P.M. : Rev. W.E. Barton, D.D., Chairman of the Committee on Arrangements presiding : music by the Apollo Musical Club of Chicago..
Publisher:P.F. Pettibone
Abstract:[15] p
Keywords:Versions, Modern--English: KJV


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