Home
Product Search
Site Map
Checkout
Track Your Order
Login
Septuagint Research: Issues and Challenges in the Study of the Greek Jewish Script (Wolfgang Kraus R Glenn Wooden (eds)) Hardcover Book, (Brill, 2006) 9789004146754
Septuagint Research: Issues and Challenges in the Study of the Greek Jewish Script (Wolfgang Kraus R Glenn Wooden (eds)) Hardcover Book, (Brill, 2006) 9789004146754
Click to enlarge image(s)


Title: Septuagint Research: Issues and Challenges in the Study of the Greek Jewish Script

Author: Kraus, Wolfgang R Glenn Wooden (eds)

Publisher: Brill; Publication Date: 2006

Hardcover; ISBN: 9789004146754

Volumes: 1; Pages: xviii, 398

List Price in Cloth: $242.00 Our price: $205.99

(Add to Cart button is at the bottom of this page)

The past few decades have witnessed a renewed scholarly interest in the Septuagint, especially with regard to its importance for the fields of theology, Jewish studies, classics, philosophy, history of religions, linguistics, and history of literature. To provide students and scholars alike with ready access to the most recent developments, this collection of essays presents a comprehensive and representative picture of septuagintal research today. Specifically, this volume surveys methodological issues, thematic and book-centered studies focused on the Old Greek Septuagint translations, the use of these translations in the New Testament, and a call for the exploration of the theologies of the Septuagint as a bridge between the theologies of the Hebrew Bible and those of the New Testament. It brings together a variety of perspectives, from emerging voices to seasoned scholars, both English-speaking scholars working on the New English Translation of the Septuagint project and German-speaking scholars working on the Septuaginta Deutsch project. Besides editors Wolfgang Kraus and R. Glenn Wooden, the contributors are Patricia Ahearne-Kroll, Stephen Ahearne-Kroll, Claudia Bergmann, Cameron Boyd-Taylor, Ralph Brucker, Kristin De Troyer, Beate Ego, Heinz-Josef Fabry, Robert J. V. Hiebert, Karen H. Jobes, Martin Karrer, Siegfried Kreuzer, Albert Pietersma, Martin Rsel, Aaron Schart, Helmut Utzschneider, Wade Albert White, Florian Wilk, and Benjamin G. Wright III.Table of ContentsProlegomena concerning the LXX as translation and/or interpretation Contemporary "Septuagint" research: issues and challenges in the study of the Greek Jewish scriptures In a mirror, dimly--reading the Septuagint as a document of its times Exegesis in the Septuagint: possibilities and limits (the psalter as a case in point) Translation as scripture: the Septuagint in Aristeas and Philo Contemporary translations of the Septuagint: problems and perspectives Issues concerning individual LXX books The hermeneutics of translation in the Septuagint of genesis Reconstructing the OG of Joshua Interlinearity in 2 Esdras: a test case A devil in the making: isomorphism and exegesis in OG Job 1:8b The Jewish and the Christian Greek versions of Amos LXX/OG Zechariah 1-6 and the portrayal of Joshua centuries after the restoration of the temple Comprehensive issues and problems concerning several LXX books Messianism in the Septuagint Idol worship in Bel and the dragon and other Jewish literature from the second temple period From "old Greek" to the recensions: who and what caused the change of the Hebrew reference text of the Septuagint? Towards a "theology of the Septuagint" Reception history of the LXX in early Judaism and Christianity The letters of Paul as witnesses to and for the Septuagint text Flourishing bones--the minor prophets in the New Testament Abandonment and suffering The Septuagint textual tradition in 1 Peter The epistle to the Hebrews and the Septuagint Observations on the Wirkungsgeschichte of the Septuagint psalms in ancient Judaism and early Christianity Textual variants as a result of enculturation: the banishment of the demon in Tobit
Copyright © 2016 Dove Booksellers
30108 Ford Road
Garden City, MI 48135
313-381-1000
custserv@dovebook.com