From: Mr. Timothy T. Dickens (MDick39708@gnn.com)
Date: Fri May 03 1996 - 07:36:53 EDT
>The reference is Psalm 96.10. Justin Martyr discusses it in his
>73.1ff. He also refers to it in his Apology 41.4. See also
>Adv. Marc. 3.19, and Adv. Jud. 10 and 13. I hope this helps.
>David M. Scholer
>Fuller Theological Seminary
>Pasadena, CA 91182
Dear David (and others),
Thank you again for the info. you sent above. The problem
remaining, nonetheless, is Psalm 96:10 (LXX 95:10) does not read
with the interpolation ". . . from a tree." I expected to see at
least a mention of the interpolation in the textual apparatus; but
there was none.
Thus, besides the information that we have from Justin Martyr
showing that the interpolation existed, where is the biblical
manuscript evidence (textual witnesses) supporting, at least, a
variant reading 'from a tree' being used?
Thanks again, Mr. Timothy T. Dickens
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