A Text-Critical Study of the Epistle of Jude (The Library of by Charles Landon

By Charles Landon

The writer writes within the culture of C.H. Turner, G.D. Kilpatrick and J.K. Elliott, and makes an attempt a reconstruction of the Greek textual content of Jude in keeping with the explanation of thoroughgoing eclecticism. The goals of his examine are to use an eclectic method of the answer of textual difficulties in Jude, and to figure out the level to which the textual content of Jude released within the United Bible Societies' Greek New testomony (GNT4) is a manufactured from the eclectic perfect. during this paintings, eclecticism is outlined intimately, differences being made among eclectic generalism, rational feedback, and thoroughgoing eclecticism. every one of ninety five edition devices is analysed separately and the gear supplied for every unit indicates as a lot version as attainable in a compact form.

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It should be remembered that Turner's theories on Semitism do not enjoy universal acceptance among modern scholars. R. Horsley, New Documents Illustrating Early Christianity: Volume 5, Linguistic Essays (Macquarie: Macquarie University Press, 1989), pp. 49-65. E. E. ), The Language of the New Testament: Classic Essays (JSNTSup, 60; Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1991), pp. 11-38. 110. Elliott, Essays and Studies, pp. 162-63. 111. Elliott, Essays and Studies, p. 32. 112. MHT, IV, pp. 139-40.

68. Bauckham, Jude, 2 Peter, p. 6; J. Gunther, The Alexandrian Epistle of Jude', W7S 30 (1984), p. 551. 69. 3. 70. See Charles, 'Literary Artifice', pp. 111-23. 71. 1 (contrast or antithesis). 72. 5 (set expressions). 1. Introduction 33 The Writer's Theology The principle that we should choose the variant which conforms most closely to the author's theology or ideology is problematic for Petzer, who describes why in his estimation it cannot guide us towards a correct decision at Lk. 34, where we have to decide whether 6 5e 'Ir|co\)<; e^ieyev, fldxep, a

6 To do justice to this translation, Geco 7cocxpi must be viewed as a dative of agent. For Geco rcocxpi to be viewed as agent, it must either be preceded by vno (in which case the 4. Elliott, Timothy and Titus, p. 201. 5. D. Moule, An Idiom Book of New Testament Greek (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1959), p. 47; Metzger, Textual Commentary, p. 723. 6. E. Fuchs and P. Reymond, La deuxieme epitre de saint Pierre. Uepitre de Saint Jude (Geneva: Labor et Fides, 2nd edn, 1988), p. 155. 50 A Text-Critical Study of the Epistle ofJude preposition would take a genitive) as suggested by Bauckham7—or it must be viewed as agent with f)Ya7rr|jnevoi<; but without being preceded by ev.

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