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Vetus Testamentum, Supplements, Volume: 10.

Vetus Testamentum, Supplements, Volume: 102. Author: Michaël van der Meer. On the basis of a fresh examination of a selection of passages in the book of Joshua, it is shown that these witnesses do not reflect a stage in the literary formation of the book prior to the standardised (Masoretic) text, but a reinterpretation and reformulation of its contents. The study presents a new literary-critical solution to the intricate problems of Joshua 8 and a detailed exegesis of the Greek version of Joshua 1 and 5. Of special interest for Qumran scholars is the new reconstruction of 4QJoshuaª.

The Book of Joshua: A New English Translation (Judaica Books of the Prophets. Formation and Reformulation. The Redaction of the Book of Joshua in the Light of the Oldest Textual Witnesses. Hoenig, S. (e. 1980 The Book of Joshua: A New English Translation (Judaica Books of the Prophets; New York: Judaica Press). Yehoshua: The Book of Joshua (The Metsudah Tanach Series. 1997 Yehoshua: The Book of Joshua (The Metsudah Tanach Series; Brookline: Israel Book Shop). Traditions of Interpretation of the Circumcision at Gilgal.

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On the basis of a fresh examination of a selection of passages in the book of Joshua, it is shown that these witnesses do not reflect a stage in the literary formation of the book prior to the standardised (Masoretic) text, but a reinterpretation and reformulation of its contents. Of special interest for Qumran scholars is the new reconstruction of 4QJoshuaa.

Textual variants in the Book of Revelation are the subject of the study called textual criticism of the New Testament. Textual variants in manuscripts arise when a copyist makes deliberate or inadvertent alterations to a text that is being reproduced. An abbreviated list of textual variants in this particular book is given in this article below.

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Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. He is the author of Formation and Reformulation: The Redaction of the Book of Joshua in the Light of the Oldest Textual Witnesses (Brill). Martin Meiser is Assistant Professor of New Testament at the University of Saarland, Protestant Theology. He is the author of Galater (Vandenhoeck and Ruprecht) and Judas Iskariot. Einer von uns (Evangelische Verlagsanstalt). Series: Septuagint and Cognate Studies (Book 64).

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Title (English, Long). van der Meer, Michaël Nicolaas. Joshua 1 Joshua 5,1-5,12 Joshua 8. Last modification. Formation and Reformulation: The Redaction of the Book of Joshua in the Light of the Oldest Textual Witnesses. BiBIL - Biblical Bibliography of Lausanne (Switzerland).

This volume offers a critical examination of recent theories concerning the growth of biblical literature in the light of the oldest textual witnesses (the Qumran biblical scrolls and the Septuagint). On the basis of a fresh examination of a selection of passages in the book of Joshua, it is shown that these witnesses do not reflect a stage in the literary formation of the book prior to the standardised (Masoretic) text, but a reinterpretation and reformulation of its contents. The study presents a new literary-critical solution to the intricate problems of Joshua 8 and a detailed exegesis of the Greek version of Joshua 1 and 5. Of special interest for Qumran scholars is the new reconstruction of 4QJoshuaa.