[b-greek] New book on Septuagint

From: Maurice A. O'Sullivan (mauros@iol.ie)
Date: Sun Nov 12 2000 - 11:31:45 EST

The LXX is a topic that arises quite frequently on the list, so this item
from the latest e-mail from Dove Booksellers may be of interest to members.
[ The lower of the two prices is the Dove price ]

Invitation to the Septuagint
Karen H. Jobes & Moises Silva
Baker Hardcover $29.99 $23.99 NYP
Due Late November
Contents Include:
Introduction: Why Study the Septuagint?
Part 1: The History of the Septuagint
1. The Origin of the Septuagint & Other Greek Versions;
2. The Transmission of the Septuagint;
3. The Septuagint in Modern Times;
4. The Septuagint as a Translation
Part 2: The Septuagint in Biblical Studies
5. The Language of the Septuagint;
6. Establishing the Text of the Septuagint;
7. Using the Septuagint for Textual Criticism of the OT;
8. The Dead Sea Scrolls & Septuagint Studies;
9. The Septuagint & the New Testament; 10. Interpreting the Septuagint
Part 3: The Current State of Septuagint Studies
11. Our Predecessors: The Septuagint Scholars of the Past;
12. Current Studies in Linguistic Research;
13. Reconstructing the History of the Text;
14. Theological Development in the Hellenistic Age
A. Major Organizations & Research Projects; B. Reference Works; C.
Glossary; D. Differences in Verification with English Versions

Maurice A. O'Sullivan [ Bray, Ireland ]

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