2 edition of Textual criticism and exegesis of Psalm XXXVI found in the catalog.
Textual criticism and exegesis of Psalm XXXVI
Louis Alexis Frederic Le Mat
by Drukkerij en Uitgevers-Maatschappij v/h Kleming [and] Zoon in Utrecht
Written in English
|Series||Studia theologica Rheno-Traiectina. Disputationes Instituti Theologici, v. 3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||112 p. fold. table.|
|Number of Pages||112|
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Get this from a library. Textual criticism and exegesis of Psalm XXXVI; a contribution to the study of the Hebrew book of Psalms. [Louis Alexis Frederic le Mat]. This second contribution to the Handbooks for Old Testament Exegesis series continues the admirable tradition set by Robert B.
Chisholm Jr. in Interpreting the Historical Books. A valuable resource for pastors and students, Interpreting the Psalms begins by explaining the nature of Hebrew poetry and the purpose of the Psalms. An accomplished scholar of the Psalms, Mark Futato next Cited by: New Testament Textual Criticism The Application of Thoroughgoing Principles SBL Press.
Volume Supplements to Chapter Eight The Greek Manuscript Heritage of the Book of B. Exegesis and Textual Criticism Chapter Twenty-One a) The Conclusion of the Pericope of.
Exegesis of the Psalms Separate them by types. Understand their different forms and their different functions. The New Testament contains Old Testament quotes. are from Psalms. The Psalms were written over a period of about years.
Moses wrote Psalm 90 in B.C. Ezra wrote Psalm 1 and Psalm about Size: KB. For over one hundred years, the International Critical Commentary series has held a special place among works on the Bible. It has sought to bring together all the relevant aids to exegesis—linguistic and textual no less than archaeological, historical, literary and theological—with a level of comprehension and quality of scholarship unmatched by any other series.
Tov Textual Criticism and Biblical Interpretation the first type, since it sheds light on the background of the different Hebrew texts that were once circulating. The translator’s tendentious changes are relevant to the exegesis of Scripture. But you cannot have the cake and eat it, too. Either.
importance of locating Psalm 23 within the entire book. Psalm 23 is self-described as a psalm of David, and we have good reason to believe that David did in fact write it. With David’s experience as a shepherd, as a warrior, and a king, he would have been well familiar with File Size: KB.
In there appeared L. Le Mat's Textual Criticism and Exegesis of Psalm XXXVI. A Contribution to the Study of the Hebrew Book of Psalms (Kemink and Zoon). This volume offers not only a detailed study of Ps.
36 but also a tentative contribution to the That is, in Ps the same rest and repose of the Lord are evident through the creation (i.e., "the tent of the sun" in Pswhich the Targum Psalm calls "the resting place").
In summary, the creation is an erected tent, whose "lines" are the inaudible utterances of glory from heaven. The Basic Tools of Exegesis of the New Testament: A Bibliographical Essay by Stanley E.
Porter; Part One: Method. Textual Criticism in the Exegesis of the New Testament, with an Excursus on Canon by Eldon Jay Epp; The Greek Language of the New Testament by Stanley E. Porter; The Genres of the New Testament by Brook W. Pearson and Stanley E.