Friday, October 08, 2004

Biblical Literature, Old Testament canon, texts, and versions

Otto Eissfeldt, Einleitung in das Alte Testament, 3rd ed. (1964; Eng. trans., The Old Testament: An Introduction, 1965); The Cambridge History of the Bible (chb), 3 vol. (1963 - 70). (The Canon): Frants Buhl, Kanon und Text des Alten Testaments (1891; Eng. trans., Canon and Text of the Old Testament, 1892); Max L. Margolis, The Hebrew Scriptures in the Making (1922); Herbert E. Ryle, The Canon of the Old Testament, 2nd ed. (1895); Solomon Zeitlin, �An Historical Study of the Canonization of the Hebrew Scriptures,� Proceedings of the American Academy for Jewish Research, pp. 121 - 158 (1932). (Textual criticism, texts and manuscripts, and early versions): Frank Moore Cross, The Ancient Library of Qumr�n and Modern Biblical Studies, 2nd ed. (1961); �The History of the Biblical Text in the Light of Discoveries in the Judaean Desert,� Harvard Theological Review, 57:281 - 299 (1964); and �The Contribution of the Qumr�n Discoveries to the Study of the Biblical Text,� Israel Exploration Journal, 16:81 - 95 (1966); Christian D. Ginsburg, Introduction to the Massoretico: Critical Edition of the Hebrew Bible (1897, reprinted 1966); Moshe H. Goshen-gottstein, Linguistic Structure and Tradition in the Qumran Documents (1958); �Theory and Practice of Textual Criticism,� Textus, 3:130 - 158 (1963); and The Book of Isaiah: Sample Edition with Introduction (1965); Moshe Greenberg, �The Stabilization of the Text of the Hebrew Bible,� Journal of the American Oriental Society, 76:157 - 167 (1956). Paul Kahle, The Cairo Genizah, 2nd ed. (1959); Frederick G. Kenyon, The Bible and the Ancient Manuscripts, 5th ed. rev. (1958); Harry M. Orlinsky, �The Textual Criticism of the Old Testament,� in George E. Wright (ed.), The Bible and the Ancient Near East, pp. 113 - 132 (1961); Bleddyn J. Roberts, The Old Testament Text and Versions (1951); and �The Old Testament: Manuscripts, Text and Versions,� CHB, vol. 2, pp. 1 - 26 (1969); P.W. Skehan, �Qumran and the Present State of Old Testament Text Studies,� Journal of Biblical Literature, 78:21 - 25 (1959); S. Talmon, �Aspects of the Textual Transmission of the Bible in the Light of Qumran Manuscripts,� Textus, 4:95 - 132 (1964); Ernst Wurthwein, Der Text des Alten Testaments (1952; Eng. trans., The Text of the Old Testament, 1957). (Later and modern versions - English versions): David Daiches, The King James Version of the English Bible (1941, reprinted 1968); Margaret Deanesly, The Lollard Bible and Other Medieval Biblical Versions (1920, reprinted 1966); Herman Hailperin, Rashi and the Christian Scholars (1963); William F. Moulton, The History of the English Bible, 5th ed. (1911); Alfred W. Pollard, Records of the English Bible (1911); and, with G.R. Redgrave, A Short-Title Catalogue of Books Printed in England, Scotland, and Ireland and of English Books Printed Abroad 1475 - 1640 (1926, reprinted 1969); B.F. Westcott, A General View of the History of the English Bible, 3rd ed. rev. by W.A. Wright (1905). (Continental versions and non-European versions): Thomas H. Darlow and Horace F. Moule, Historical Catalogue of the Printed Editions of the Holy Scripture in the Library of the British and Foreign Bible Society, 2 vol. (1903 - 11); Josef Schmid (ed.), �Moderne Bibel�bersetzungen,� Zeitschrift f�r katholische Theologie, 82:290 - 332 (1960).


Post a Comment

<< Home