Textual Criticism of the Bible: Revised Edition

Intro -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Contents -- List of Tables -- Series Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Abbreviations -- Reference Works -- Commentaries -- Journals -- Bible Versions -- Chapter 1: Introduction to Textual Criticism -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 What Textual Criticism Is-And Is Not -- 1.2...

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Main Author: Anderson, Amy
Contributors: Widder, Wendy (Other) ; Mangum, Douglas (Other)
Format: Electronic Book
Language:English
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Published: Ashland Lexham Press 2018
Reviews:[Rezension von: Anderson, Amy, Textual criticism of the Bible] (2019) (Kraus, Thomas J., 1965 - )
Series/Journal:Lexham Methods Series
Online Access: Volltext (Aggregator)
Parallel Edition:Print version: Anderson, Amy: Textual Criticism of the Bible : Revised Edition. - Ashland : Lexham Press,c2018. - 9781577996637
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Summary:Intro -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Contents -- List of Tables -- Series Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Abbreviations -- Reference Works -- Commentaries -- Journals -- Bible Versions -- Chapter 1: Introduction to Textual Criticism -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 What Textual Criticism Is-And Is Not -- 1.2.1 Translation Technique and Unclear Meaning -- 1.2.2 Textual Criticism Is Not Translation -- 1.2.3 Textual Criticism Defined -- 1.3 Looking Ahead -- 1.4 Resources for Further Study -- Chapter 2: An Overview of Textual Criticism -- 2.1 Why Is Textual Criticism Necessary? -- 2.1.1 Differences among Textual Witnesses -- 2.1.1.a Old Testament Witnesses -- 2.1.1.b New Testament Witnesses -- 2.1.2 Changes and Errors in Transmission -- 2.1.2.a Omissions -- 2.1.2.a.1 General Omissions -- 2.1.2.a.2 Haplography -- Old Testament Examples -- New Testament Example -- 2.1.2.a.3 Parablepsis -- Old Testament Examples -- New Testament Examples -- 2.1.2.b Additions -- 2.1.2.b.1 Dittography -- Old Testament Examples -- New Testament Examples -- 2.1.2.b.2 Conflation -- Old Testament Example -- New Testament Example -- 2.1.2.b.3 Glosses -- Old Testament Examples -- New Testament Examples -- 2.1.2.c Misspellings -- 2.1.2.c.1 Metathesis -- Old Testament Example -- New Testament Examples -- 2.1.2.c.2 Mistaken Letters -- Old Testament Examples -- New Testament Examples -- 2.1.2.c.3 Homophony -- Old Testament Examples -- New Testament Examples -- 2.1.2.d Intentional Changes -- 2.1.2.d.1 Spelling and Grammar -- Old Testament Examples -- New Testament Example -- 2.1.2.d.2 Harmonization -- Old Testament Example -- New Testament Examples -- 2.1.2.d.3 Theological Changes -- Old Testament Examples -- New Testament Examples -- 2.2 The Goal of Textual Criticism -- 2.3 Basic Principles of Textual Criticism -- 2.3.1 External Evidence -- 2.3.2 Internal Evidence
2.3.2.a Transcriptional Probability -- 2.3.2.b Intrinsic Probability -- 2.3.2.c Basic Principles -- 2.4 Limitations of Textual Criticism -- 2.5 Resources for Further Study -- Chapter 3: Introduction to Old Testament Textual Criticism -- 3.1 History and Key Figures -- 3.1.1 Early History -- 3.1.2 Middle Ages and Beyond -- 3.1.3 Modern Period (Nineteenth-Twentieth Century) -- 3.2 Textual Evidence -- 3.2.1 Masoretic Text (Hebrew) -- 3.2.1.a Masoretic Traditions -- 3.2.1.a.1 Vocalization and Accents -- 3.2.1.a.2 Kethiv and Qere -- 3.2.1.a.3 Other Notations and Corrections -- 3.2.1.b Masoretic Manuscripts -- 3.2.1.b.1 Leningrad Codex -- 3.2.1.b.2 Aleppo Codex -- 3.2.1.b.3 Cairo Codex of the Prophets -- 3.2.1.c Modern Critical Editions of the Hebrew Bible -- 3.2.1.c.1 Biblia Hebraica-Kittel (BHK) -- 3.2.1.c.2 Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia (BHS) -- 3.2.1.c.3 Biblia Hebraica Quinta (BHQ) -- 3.2.1.c.4 Hebrew University Bible Project (HUBP) -- 3.2.1.c.5 The Hebrew Bible: A Critical Edition (HBCE) -- 3.2.1.d English Translations of the Masoretic Text -- 3.2.2 Septuagint (Greek) -- 3.2.2.a Old Greek -- 3.2.2.b Aquila, Symmachus, Theodotion -- 3.2.2.c Origen and the Hexapla -- 3.2.2.d Daughter Translations of the Septuagint -- 3.2.2.e Modern Critical Editions of the Septuagint -- 3.2.2.e.1 Swete -- 3.2.2.e.2 Rahlfs -- 3.2.2.e.3 Göttingen -- 3.2.2.f English Translations of the Septuagint -- 3.2.2.f.1 Brenton's Translation -- 3.2.2.f.2 New English Translation of the Septuagint (NETS) -- 3.2.2.f.3 the Lexham English Septuagint -- 3.2.3 Dead Sea Scrolls -- 3.2.3.a Significance for Textual Criticism -- 3.2.3.b Dead Sea Scrolls Identification System -- 3.2.4 Other Witnesses -- 3.2.4.a Samaritan Pentateuch -- 3.2.4.b Peshitta -- 3.2.4.c Targum -- 3.2.4.d Vulgate -- 3.2.4.e Modern Critical Editions of Other Witnesses -- 3.2.4.e.1 Samaritan Pentateuch
3.2.4.e.2 Peshitta -- 3.2.4.e.3 Targum -- 3.2.4.e.4 Vulgate -- 3.3 How to Do Old Testament Textual Criticism -- 3.3.1 Tools for Old Testament Textual Criticism -- 3.3.1.a Critical Texts -- 3.3.1.b Critical Apparatuses -- 3.3.1.c Lexica -- 3.3.1.d Translator's Notes -- 3.3.2 The Old Testament Text Critical Process: Step by Step -- 3.3.2.a Step 1-Assemble All Variants -- 3.3.2.b Step 2-Analyze the Variants -- 3.3.2.c Step 3-Draw Conclusions -- 3.3.3 Examples of Text-Critical Issues -- 3.3.3.a Isaiah 40:7-8 -- 1. Assemble All Variant Readings -- 2. Analyze the Variants -- 3. Draw Conclusions -- 3.3.3.b Ruth 1:14 -- 1. Assemble All Variant Readings -- 2. Analyze the Variants -- 3. Draw Conclusions -- 3.3.3.c Proverbs 14:32 -- 1. Assemble All Variant Readings -- 2. Analyze the Variants -- 3. Draw Conclusions -- 3.3.3.d Psalm 145:13 -- 1. Assemble All Variant Readings -- 2. Analyze the Variants -- 3. Draw Conclusions -- 3.3.3.e Deuteronomy 32:43 -- 1. Assemble All Variant Readings -- 2. Analyze the Variants -- 3. Draw Conclusions -- 3.3.3.f Summary -- 3.4 Resources for Further Study -- Chapter 4: Introduction to New Testament Textual Criticism -- 4.1 History and Key Figures -- 4.1.1 Earliest Centuries (First-Seventh Century AD) -- 4.1.2 Middle Ages and Later (Eighth Century to Late Seventeenth Century AD) -- 4.1.3 Modern Era (Late Seventeenth Century to the Present) -- 4.2 Textual Evidence -- 4.2.1 Greek Manuscripts -- 4.2.1.a Papyri -- P45 -- P46 -- P52 -- P66 -- P75 -- 4.2.1.b Majuscules -- 4.2.1.b.1 Codex Sinaiticus (א 01) -- 4.2.1.b.2 Codex Alexandrinus (A 02) -- 4.2.1.b.3 Codex Vaticanus (B 03) -- 4.2.1.b.4 Codex Ephraemi Rescriptus (C 04) -- 4.2.1.b.5 Codex Bezae (D 05) -- 4.2.1.b.6 Codex Washingtonianus (W 032) -- 4.2.1.c Minuscules -- 4.2.1.c.1 Family 1 -- 4.2.1.c.2 Family 13 -- 4.2.1.c.3 Codex 33 -- 4.2.1.c.4 Codex 565 -- 4.2.1.c.5 Codex 1739
4.2.1.d Lectionaries -- 4.2.2 Patristic Evidence -- 4.2.3 Ancient Versions -- 4.2.4 Modern Critical Editions -- 4.2.4.a Westcott and Hort -- 4.2.4.b Nestle-Aland (NA) -- 4.2.4.c United Bible Societies (UBS) -- 4.2.4.d The Greek New Testament According to the Majority Text -- 4.2.4.e Society of Biblical Literature Greek New Testament (SBLGNT) -- 4.2.4.f The Greek New Testament by Tyndale House (THGNT) -- 4.3 How to Do New Testament Textual Criticism -- 4.3.1 Tools for New Testament Textual Criticism -- 4.3.1.a Using the Critical Apparatus -- 4.3.1.b Metzger's Textual Commentary -- 4.3.1.c New Testament Commentaries with Text-Critical Notes -- 4.3.1.d Lexica -- 4.3.1.e Translator's Notes -- 4.3.2 Reviewing Basic Principles -- 4.3.2.a External Evidence -- 4.3.2.b Internal Evidence -- 4.3.3 The New Testament Text-Critical Process: Step by Step -- 4.3.3.a Identify the Variation Unit and Review the Witnesses -- 4.3.3.b Analyze the Evidence -- 4.3.3.c Draw Conclusions -- 4.3.4 Examples of Text-Critical Issues -- 4.3.4.a Mark 1:2 -- 1. Identify the Variation Unit and Review the Witnesses -- 2. Analyze the Evidence -- 3. Draw Conclusions -- 4.3.4.b 1 Thessalonians 2:7 -- 1. Identify the Variation Unit and Review the Witnesses -- 2. Analyze the Evidence -- 3. Draw Conclusions -- 4.3.4.c Luke 4:4 -- 1. Identify the Variation Unit and Review the Witnesses -- 2. Analyze the Evidence -- 3. Draw Conclusions -- 4.3.4.d Revelation 1:8 -- 1. Identify the Variation Unit and Review the Witnesses -- 2. Analyze the Evidence -- 3. Draw Conclusions -- 4.3.4.e Romans 5:2 -- 1. Identify the Variation Unit and Review the Witnesses -- 2. Analyze the Evidence -- 3. Draw Conclusions -- 4.4 Resources for Further Study -- Chapter 5: Textual Criticism and the Bible Today -- 5.1 Textual Criticism and English Translations -- 5.2 Textual Criticism and the Authority of Scripture
5.3 Resources for Further Study -- Glossary -- Accentuation -- Aleppo Codex -- Alexandrian Text-Type -- Aquila -- Aramaic -- Archetype -- Ausgangstext -- Autograph -- Base Text -- Ben Asher Tradition -- Ben Naphtali Tradition -- Biblia Hebraica (BHK) -- Biblia Hebraica Quinta (BHQ) -- Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia (BHS) -- Byzantine Text-Type -- Caesarean Text-Type -- Cairo Codex of the Prophets -- Cairo Genizah -- Canonical Criticism -- Codex -- Codex Alexandrinus -- Codex Ambrosianus -- Codex Bezae -- Codex Sinaiticus -- Codex Vaticanus -- Colophon -- Complutensian Polyglot -- Conflation -- Coptic -- Critical Apparatus -- Critical Edition -- Dead Sea Scrolls -- Deuterocanonical -- Diaspora -- Diplomatic Edition -- Dittography -- Dynamic Equivalence -- Eclectic Edition -- Editor -- Erasmus -- Exemplar -- External Evidence -- Family -- Form Criticism -- Formal Equivalence -- Genizah -- Gloss -- Göttingen Septuagint -- Griesbach, Johann Jakob -- Haplography -- Harmonization -- Hebrew University Bible Project (HUBP) -- Hexapla -- Historical Criticism -- Homophony -- Internal Evidence -- Intrinsic Probability -- Irenaeus -- Itacism -- Jerome -- Kaige Recension -- Karaites -- kethiv -- Lectionaries -- Leiden Peshitta -- Leningrad Codex -- Letter of Aristeas -- London Polyglot -- Maimonides -- Majority Text -- Majuscule -- Masorah -- Masoretes -- Masoretic Text -- matres lectionis -- Metathesis -- Minuscule -- Nestle-Aland -- nomen sacrum -- Old Greek -- Old Latin -- Origen -- Palimpsest -- Papyrus -- Parablepsis -- Parchment -- Pericope -- Peshitta -- Pharyngeal -- Polyglot -- Proto-Masoretic Text -- Proto-Theodotion -- Pseudepigraphal -- qere -- qere Perpetuum -- Rahlfs -- Recension -- Redaction Criticism -- Samaritan Pentateuch -- Scribe -- scriptio continua -- Second Rabbinic Bible -- Septuagint -- Sigla -- Source Criticism -- Source Language
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