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The Quest for Context and Meaning

Studies in Biblical Intertextuality in Honor of James A. Sanders

Series:

This collection of studies is published in honor of Professor James A. Sanders, a leading scholar in the fields of the canon of Scripture, textual criticism, and the relationship of the two Testaments. Contributors include leading scholars in these and related fields of study. The studies investigate in what ways the early sacred tradition was interpreted and how this tradition takes new shape in the Jewish and Christian communities of faith. Included are studies of Jesus' understanding of Scripture, Paul's interpretation of Scripture, and the ways in which Scripture was interpreted by the Rabbis. In many instances novel interpretations and new approaches to old problems are offered. Advanced students and veteran scholars will enjoy the many insights and provocative new ideas.
Publication Date:
1 October 1997
ISBN:
978-90-04-10835-6

Biographical Note

Readership

Craig A. Evans, Ph.D. (1983) in Biblical Studies, Claremont Graduate School, is Professor of New Testament at Trinity Western University. He has published extensively on biblical intertextuality and the historical Jesus. Shemaryahu Talmon is J.L. Magnes Chair Emeritus of Biblical Studies at the Hebrew University, Jerusalem. He is General Editor of the Hebrew University Bible Project and the author of numerous publications including King, Cult and Calendar in Ancient Israel (Brill/Magness Pres, 1986), The World of Qumran from within (Brill/Magness Pres, 1989), and Literary Studies in the Hebrew Bible (Brill/Magnes Press, 1993).
All those interested in biblical intertextuality, the relationship of the two Testaments of Scripture, the formation of the Biblical canon, and early Jewish and Christian interpretation of Scripture.

6. Robert W. Wall, Why the Church? RNT (Nashville: Abingdon, 2015), EBL edition, ch. 3.

17. Wall, Why the Church? ch. 4.

Wall, Robert W.  Why the Church? RNT. Nashville: Abingdon, 2015. EBL edition.

 

Note: "If citing a PDF e-book that is identical in all respects to the print edition, it is not necessary to indicate the format consulted.  However, because other electronic formats do not conform in all respects to the print edition, in those cases authors must indicate the format consulted.... Since e-reader formats do not have stable page numbers, it is preferable to cite the print edition.  However, if an alternative format is consulted, in lieu of a page number, include a chapter or section number...."  This e-book would actually be an example of one "identical in all respects to the print edition" and therefore possessing "stable page numbers", but I cite it here as if this were not the case. "When citing an online version of a book, include the DOI.  In the absence of a DOI, include the URL" (91), as follows:

Older work (in this case the reprint of the translation of a commentary) "made available freely online":  an interpretation of secs. 6.2.17-18, 6.2.25, and 6.4.9, NOW SUPERCEDED TO SOME EXTENT BY THE FOLLOWING SBL BLOG POSTS:  "Citing Text Collections 6:  ANF and NPNF". Text optional according to secs. 6.2.18 (p. 88) and 6.2.25 (p. 91) in red. Remember that "it is preferable to cite the print edition.  However, if an alternative format is consulted, in lieu of a page number, include a chapter or section number in the citation" (6.2.25, p. 91, as in the case of the Christian Classics Ethereal Library (CCEL) examples below, where "vol. 2 at Luke 12:17" and "vol. 2 at Luke 12:13" replace the volume-and-page numbers "2:149" and 2:146").  Note that the translator is especially important in this case because there is at least one other translator of Calvin's Harmonia, namely A. W. Morrison:

6. John Calvin, Commentary on a Harmony of the Evangelists, Matthew, Mark, and Luke, trans. William Pringle, 3 vols. (Edinburgh: Calvin Translation Society, 1845-1846; repr., Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1965), 2:149, http://hdl.handle.net/2027/uva.x000210834?urlappend=%3Bseq=155.

6. John Calvin, Commentary on a Harmony of the Evangelists, Matthew, Mark, and Luke, trans. William Pringle, 3 vols. (Edinburgh: Calvin Translation Society, 1845-1846; repr., Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1965), vol. 2 at Luke 12:17, http://www.ccel.org/ccel/calvin/calcom32.ii.xxv.html.

17. Calvin, Commentary on a Harmony of the Evangelists, 2:146, http://hdl.handle.net/2027/uva.x000210834?urlappend=%3Bseq=152.

17. Calvin, Commentary on a Harmony of the Evangelists, vol. 2 at Luke 12:13, http://www.ccel.org/ccel/calvin/calcom32.ii.xxv.html.

Calvin, John. Commentary on a Harmony of the Evangelists Matthew, Mark, and Luke. Translated by William Pringle. 3 vols. Edinburgh: Calvin Translation Society. 1845-1846. Repr. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1965. http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/009795296.

 

Calvin, John. Commentary on a Harmony of the Evangelists Matthew, Mark, and Luke. Translated by William Pringle. 3 vols. Edinburgh: Calvin Translation Society. 1845-1846. Repr. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1965. http://www.ccel.org/ccel/calvin/calcom32.i.html.

 

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