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Israel's restoration [electronic resource] : a textual-comparative exploration of Ezekiel 36-39 / by Ashley S. Crane.

By: Crane, Ashley S.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Supplements to Vetus Testamentum: v. 122.Publisher: Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2008Description: 1 online resource (xvii, 304 p.).ISBN: 9789047442714 (electronic bk.); 9047442717 (electronic bk.).Other title: Textual-comparative exploration of Ezekiel 36-39.Subject(s): Bible. Old Testament Ezekiel XXXVI-XXXIX -- Criticism, Textual | Bible. Old Testament Ezekiel XXXVI-XXXIX. Greek -- Versions | Bible. Old Testament Ezekiel XXXVI-XXXIX -- Comparative studies | Bible. Old Testament Ezekiel XXXVI-XXXIX -- Criticism, interpretation, etc., Jewish | Bible. Old Testament. Greek -- Versions -- Septuagint | RELIGION -- Biblical Studies -- Prophets | Masoretischer Text | Septuaginta | Textkritik | TextvergleichGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Israel's restoration.DDC classification: 224/.404046 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Foreword; Acknowledgments; Abbreviations; Chapter One A Textual-Comparative Methodology; 1.1. Commentators and the Text of Ezekiel; 1.2. A Textual-Comparative Methodology; 1.3. Our Chapter Pathway; Chapter Two MT and LXX in Comparison; 2.1. Introduction: Extant Resources; 2.2. LXX as Translation and Interpretation; 2.3. Theological Interpretation in the MSS; 2.4. Sense Divisions; 2.5. Moving Ahead at Micro Level; Chapter Three The Text of Ezekiel 36; 3.1. Introduction; 3.2. Section 1: Ezek. 36:1-15; 3.3. Section 2: Ezek. 36:16-21; 3.4. Section 3: Ezek. 36:22-38.
Summary: Commentators traditionally use a textual-critical methodology in examining Hebrew and Greek manuscripts to establish an 'original' reading, frequently attributing other variants to scribal error. This book proposes a complementary-textual comparative methodology that treats each Hebrew and/or Greek manuscript with equal value.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [271]-289) and indexes.

Foreword; Acknowledgments; Abbreviations; Chapter One A Textual-Comparative Methodology; 1.1. Commentators and the Text of Ezekiel; 1.2. A Textual-Comparative Methodology; 1.3. Our Chapter Pathway; Chapter Two MT and LXX in Comparison; 2.1. Introduction: Extant Resources; 2.2. LXX as Translation and Interpretation; 2.3. Theological Interpretation in the MSS; 2.4. Sense Divisions; 2.5. Moving Ahead at Micro Level; Chapter Three The Text of Ezekiel 36; 3.1. Introduction; 3.2. Section 1: Ezek. 36:1-15; 3.3. Section 2: Ezek. 36:16-21; 3.4. Section 3: Ezek. 36:22-38.

Commentators traditionally use a textual-critical methodology in examining Hebrew and Greek manuscripts to establish an 'original' reading, frequently attributing other variants to scribal error. This book proposes a complementary-textual comparative methodology that treats each Hebrew and/or Greek manuscript with equal value.

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