The essays in this volume summarize an international research project on early Christian citations from Israelas 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 diplAc) 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. The contributors are Felix Albrecht, Ronald H. van der Bergh, Heinz-Josef Fabry, Kerstin Heider, Martin Karrer, Christin Klein, Arie van der Kooij, Siegfried Kreuzer, Horacio E. Lona, Martin Meiser, Maarten J. J. Menken, Matthias Millard, Darius MA¼ller, Ferdinand R. Prostmeier, Alexander Stokowski, Martin Vahrenhorst, Christiane Veldboer, and Johannes de Vries.Finally, I shall make some comments on the issue of its meaning within the context of the Gospel of Matthew. II THEODOTION / KAIGE-RECENSION On the basis of the discovery of the Greek Minor Prophets Scroll in Naabcal abpever, in the earlyanbsp;...
|Title||:||Textual History and the Reception of Scripture in Early Christianity|
|Author||:||Johannes de Vries, Martin Karrer|
|Publisher||:||Society of Biblical Lit - 2013-11-10|