J. De Vries, M. Karrer, Textual History and the Reception of Scripture in Early Christianity

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Johannes De Vries, Martin Karrer (éd.), Textual History and the Reception of Scripture in Early Christianity , Atlanta, 2013.

Éditeur : Society of Biblical Literature
Collection : Septuagint and cognate studies 60
xi, 434 pages
ISBN : 1589839048
$54.95

The essays in this volume summarize an international research project on early Christian citations from Israel's scriptures. These quotations are not only theologically significant but are also part of the textual history of the Septuagint and adjacent textual traditions of the Greek and Hebrew Old Testament. The essays discuss relevant manuscripts (Bible codices, papyri, etc.) up to the fifth century, signs and marginal notes (e.g., the diplé) that were used in the ancient scriptoria, and the specifics of the reception history in early Christianity from Matthew to 1 Peter and from the apostolic fathers to Theophilos of Antioch.


Johannes de Vries is a Research Fellow at the Kirchliche Hochschule Wuppertal/Bethel.

Martin Karrer is Professor of New Testament at the Kirchliche Hochschule Wuppertal/Bethel. Together with Wolfgang Kraus and Siegfried Kreuzer, he directs the long-term research-project Septuaginta Deutsch, which has published a German translation, annotations and commentaries to the Septuagint, and congress volumes. A handbook to the Septuagint is in preparation.

Contents

Preface
Contributors

I INTRODUCTION AND RESEARCH REPORT

Early Christian Quotations and the Textual History of the Septuagint: A Summary of the Wuppertal Research Project and Introduction to the Volume
Martin Karrer and Johannes de Vries
Der Text der Septuaginta im frühen Christentum: Bericht über das Wuppertaler Forschungsprojekt
Martin Karrer


II MANUSCRIPTS AND THEIR TEXT

Codex Ambrosianus and the New Testament: Considerations Concerning the Textual History of the Pentateuch
Johannes de Vries
The Textual History of the Scriptural Quotations in the New Testament: An Examination of Papyrus 46
Johannes de Vries
Diplé-Auszeichnungen im Codex Vaticanus Graecus 1209 (B): Liste nebst einigen Beobachtungen
Alexander Stokowski
The Textual Tradition of the Explicit Quotations of the Twelve Minor Prophets in Codex Bezae's Acts: A Preliminary Investigation
Ronald H. van der Bergh
The Influence of the Greek Old Testament Traditions on the Explicit Quotations in Codex E08
Ronald H. van der Bergh

III SEPTUAGINT AND NEW TESTAMENT QUOTATIONS

Verweise in der Handausgabe von Rahlfs/Hanhart und der Göttinger Ausgabe der Septuaginta auf das Neue Testament
Matthias Millard, Kerstin Heider, Christin Klein und Christiane Veldboer
Der Antiochenische Text: seine Erforschung und seine Bedeutung für das Neue Testament
Siegfried Kreuzer
Zitatmarkierungen und die Gegenwart der Schrift im Neuen Testament
Darius Müller
The Septuagint, the Recension of Theodotion, and Beyond: Comments on the Quotation from Isaiah 42 in Matthew 12
Arie van der Kooij
Beobachtungen zum Reflexionszitat Mt 4,15–16 (Jes 8,23–9,2)
Heinz-Josef Fabry
„Der Gerechte wird aus Glauben leben“ (Röm 1,17): Hab 2,4b in seinen textlichen und inhaltlichen Varianten im Alten Testament und Qumran sowie bei Paulus, Rabbi Simlay und Martin Luther
Matthias Millard
Der Text der Septuaginta in den Zitaten des 1. Petrusbriefs
Martin Vahrenhorst

IV QUOTATIONS IN CHRISTIAN LITERATURE OF THE SECOND CENTURY

Die Septuagintazitate des Neuen Testaments im Ersten Clemensbrief: Textgeschichtliche Beobachtungen (besonders zum Codex Alexandrinus)
Horacio E. Lona
Old Testament Quotations in the Epistle of Barnabas with Parallels in the New Testament
Maarten J.J. Menken
Die Septuaginta-Zitate des Neuen Testaments bei Justin
Martin Meiser
Das Zwölfprophetenbuch und seine Rezeption im frühen Christentum am Beispiel Justins des Märtyrers
Felix Albrecht
Genesis 1–3 in Theophilos von Antiochia ‚An Autolykos‘: Beobachtungen zu Text und Textgeschichte der Septuagintagenesis
Ferdinand R. Prostmeier

Index of References
Index of Manuscripts
Index of Modern Authors
Index of Subjects
by Jonathan Hong and Darius Müller

 

 

Source : Society of Biblical Literature

 

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