[b-greek] Paul quotes which LXX?

From: Steve Puluka (spuluka@hotmail.com)
Date: Fri Jun 30 2000 - 06:41:57 EDT

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<DIV><FONT face=Arial size=2>----- Original Message -----<BR>From: "Mark Wilson"
snip<BR>&gt; Do we have today access to the "same" LXX that Paul used? (Perhaps
in<BR>Paul's<BR>&gt; day it was similar to ours. We have thousands of mss. Many
of them differ<BR>&gt; here and there. How can we know WHICH LXX Paul was using
in order to<BR>&gt; conclude that he was not quoting verbatim?)<BR><BR>For a
discussion on the text traditions of the Septuagint see Jellicoe,
The<BR>Septuagint and Modern Study.&nbsp; He outlines all of the major
manuscipts and a<BR>history of the text transmission.&nbsp; He also outlines the
various theories on<BR>the original text.<BR>&gt;<BR>&gt; Also, do we have the
same MT today that existed in Paul's day?<BR>&gt;<BR>For the same discussion of
the MT see Tov, Textual Criticism of the Hebrew<BR>Bible.<BR><BR>Steve
Puluka<BR>Consultar for Adult Education<BR>Byzantine Catholic Archeparchy of


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