Text and Interpretation: Studies in the New Testament presented to Matthew Black by Robert McLachlan WilsonText and Interpretation: Studies in the New Testament presented to Matthew Black by Robert McLachlan Wilson

Text and Interpretation: Studies in the New Testament presented to Matthew Black

byRobert McLachlan WilsonEditorErnest Best

Paperback | June 25, 2009

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The range of scholarly work in progress on the New Testament continues to grow, and this is undoubtedly due in great measure to the stimulus and encouragement provided by leading editors and scholars such as Matthew Black, in whose honour this volume is published. The contributors have come together from many countries and Christian churches to provide a series of original essays in new Testament textual criticism and exegesis. In aiming to produce a cohesive volume the editors, unfortunately, had to omit representation of various fields of study in which Matthew Black has made a distinctive contribution to scholarship. The volume includes a bibliography of Matthew Black's most recent published writings.
Title:Text and Interpretation: Studies in the New Testament presented to Matthew BlackFormat:PaperbackDimensions:288 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.63 inPublished:June 25, 2009Publisher:Cambridge University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0521114799

ISBN - 13:9780521114790

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Table of Contents

Preface; Bibliography of Matthew Black; Abbreviations; 1. The twentieth-century interlude in New Testament textual criticism K. Aland; 2. Is there a theological tendency in Codex Bezae? C. K. Barrett; 3. Ephesians i.I Ernest Best; 4. Matthew vi.22f and ancient Greek theories of vision Hans Dieter Betz; 5. the relationship to the Fourth Gospel shared by the author of I John and by his opponents Raymond E. Brown; 6. The Gospel text of Marius Victorinus F. F. Bruce; 7. 0230 (=PSI 1306) and the fourth-century Greek-Latin edition of the letters of Paul Nils Alstrup Dahl; 8. The Beloved Disciple and the date of the Gospel of John M. de Jonge; 9. De quoi est-il besoin (Lc x.42)? Jacques Dupont; 10. Aramaic Kepha' and Peter's name in the New Testament Joseph A. Fitzmyer; 11. Das Gleichnis von der ausgestreuten Saat und seine Deutung (Mk iv.3-8, 14-20) Ferdinand Hahn; 12. Jesus and Josephus' 'messianic prophets' David Hill; 13. Is the Son of Man problem really insoluble? M. D. Hooker; 14. Patristic evidence for Jewish, Christian and Aramaic Gospel tradition A. F. J. Klijn; 15. St Jerome's explicit references to variant readings in manuscripts of the New Testament Bruce M. Metzger; 16. The text of Acts x.36 Harald Riesenfeld; 17. Traditional ethical patterns in the Pauline and post-Pauline letters and their development (lists of vices and house tables) E. Schweizer; 18. A Greek characteristic of prophecy in the Fourth Gospel W. C. van Unnik; 19. On investigating the use of the Old Testament in the New Testament Max Wilcox; 20. Philippians in Fayyumic R. McL. Wilson; Indexes; Tabula Gratulatoria.