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Changes in Scripture [electronic resource] : rewriting and interpreting authoritative traditions in the second temple period / edited by Hanne von Weissenberg, Juha Pakkala and Marko Marttila.

Contributor(s): Weissenberg, Hanne von | Pakkala, Juha | Marttila, Marko, 1974-.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Beihefte zur Zeitschrift f�ur die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft: Bd. 419.Publisher: Berlin : De Gruyter, c2011Description: 1 online resource (436 p.).ISBN: 9783110240498 (electronic bk.); 3110240491 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Bible. Old Testament -- Criticism, interpretation, etc | Transmission of texts | RELIGION / Biblical Studies / Old Testament | RELIGION / Judaism / Sacred WritingsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Changes in Scripture.DDC classification: 221.44 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
1. Introduction; Introducing Changes in Scripture; 2. Methodological Issues; Changing Scripture; The Evolutionary Production and Transmission of the Scriptural Books; Rewritten Bible, Variant Literary Editions and Original Text(s): Exploring the Implications of a Pluriform Outlook on the Scrip; Talking About Rewritten Texts: Some Reflections on Terminology; 3. Changed Texts; The Pentateuch as Found in the Pre-Samaritan Texts and 4QReworked Pentateuch; David's Three Choices: Textual and Literary Development in 2 Samuel 24
Summary: The articles in this volume investigate changes in texts that became to be regarded as holy and unchangeable in Judaism and Christianity. The volume seeks to draw attention to the "empirical" evidence from Qumran, the Septuagint as well as from passages in the Hebrew Scriptures that have been shaped by the use of other texts. The contributions are divided into three main sections: The first section deals with methodological questions concerning textual changes. The second section consists of concrete examples from the Hebrew Bible, Qumran and Septuagint on how the texts were changed, corrected, edited and interpreted. The contributions of the third section will investigate the general influence and impact of Deuteronomistic ideology and phraseology on later texts.
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The articles in this volume investigate changes in texts that became to be regarded as holy and unchangeable in Judaism and Christianity. The volume seeks to draw attention to the "empirical" evidence from Qumran, the Septuagint as well as from passages in the Hebrew Scriptures that have been shaped by the use of other texts. The contributions are divided into three main sections: The first section deals with methodological questions concerning textual changes. The second section consists of concrete examples from the Hebrew Bible, Qumran and Septuagint on how the texts were changed, corrected, edited and interpreted. The contributions of the third section will investigate the general influence and impact of Deuteronomistic ideology and phraseology on later texts.

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Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

1. Introduction; Introducing Changes in Scripture; 2. Methodological Issues; Changing Scripture; The Evolutionary Production and Transmission of the Scriptural Books; Rewritten Bible, Variant Literary Editions and Original Text(s): Exploring the Implications of a Pluriform Outlook on the Scrip; Talking About Rewritten Texts: Some Reflections on Terminology; 3. Changed Texts; The Pentateuch as Found in the Pre-Samaritan Texts and 4QReworked Pentateuch; David's Three Choices: Textual and Literary Development in 2 Samuel 24

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