Tradition and Innovation in Biblical Interpretation: Studies Presented to Professor Eep Talstra on the Occasion of His Sixty-Fifth Birthday

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Wido Th. van Peursen, Janet Dyk
BRILL, 7 okt. 2011 - 499 pagina's
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The theme of this volume in honour of Eep Talstra is Tradition and Innovation in Biblical Interpretation , with an emphasis on the innovative role of computer-assisted textual analysis. It focusses on the role of tradition in biblical interpretation and of the innovations brought about by ICT in reconsidering existing interpretations of texts, grammatical concepts, and lexicographic practices. Questions addressed include: How does the role of exegesis as the clarification of one s own tradition, in order to understand choices and preferences (Talstra) relate to the critical role which Scripture has towards this tradition? How does the indebtedness to tradition of computer-driven philology relate to its innovative character? And how does computer-assisted analysis of the biblical texts lead to new research methods and results?
 

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An Introduction
1
Part One Tradition and Innovation in the Bible Itself
11
Synchronic and Diachronic Analysis of Jeremiah 26
13
Against you Daughter of Babylon A Remarkable Example of TextReception in the Oracle of Jeremiah 5051
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3641 in Transformation within the Jeremianic Tradition
45
Theological and Canonical Reflections on Psalm 8
69
1318 as an Addition to Psalm 14
93
Reading Qohelet as Text Author and Reader
113
ComputerAssisted Tools for Textual Criticism
245
Inspiration Models Tools and CrossFertilization
261
The Wit of TechnologyEnhanced Language Learning
277
The Contribution of Syntactic Analysis to the Interpretation of Judges 112940
299
Masoretic Tradition and Syntactic Analysis of the Psalms
317
Who is SpeakingWho is Listening? How Information Technology Can Confirm the Integrity of the Text
337
12 Participant Tracking in a Prophetic Text
361
Etymology Bleaching and Discourse Structure
379

Reflections on Eep Talstras Exegetical Methodology
133
Part Two Tradition and Innovation in the Reception of the Bible
153
On the Reception of Genesis 121020 20 26111
155
Matthew 215 and Hosea 111 in Dutch and American Evangelical Interpretation
171
Daniels Four Kingdoms in the Syriac Tradition
189
The Potential of the Socalled ExtraCalvinisticum
209
A Jewish Childbirth Amulet from the Bibliotheca Rosenthaliana
223
Part Three Tradition and Innovation in Linguistic and Computational Approaches to the Bible
243
The Lexeme סָבִיב
399
16 אָכֵן Word Order and the Translator
417
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Dissertations under the Guidance of Eep Talstra
461
Publications by Eep Talstra
465
Index of Sources
483
Index of Modern Authors
493
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Over de auteur (2011)

Willem Th. van Peursen, Ph.D. (1999) in Semitic Languages, Leiden University, is associate professor of Old Testament at Leiden University. His publications include The Verbal System in the Hebrew Text of Ben Sira (Brill, 2004) and Language and Interpretation in the Syriac Text of Ben Sira (Brill, 2007).

Janet W. Dyk, Ph.D. (1994) in General Linguistics, VU University Amsterdam, is assistant professor of Bible Translation at the VU University and senior researcher at the Werkgroep Informatica, with emphasis on Hebrew and Syriac syntax. Her publications include Participles in Context (Amsterdam, 1994).

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