Th open book and the sealed book

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A&C Black, Apr 15, 2002 - Religion - 316 pages
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A textual commentary on Jeremiah 32 whose textlinguistically-oriented methodology helps to uncover far more haplography in the Septuagint Vorlage than hitherto suspected..
 

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Contents

2 THE BOUNDARIES OF JEREMIANIC DISCOURSE
26
3 JEREMIAH 32115
67
4 JEREMIAH 321625
125
5 JEREMIAH 322635
165
6 JEREMIAH 323644
196
7 CONCLUSIONS AND DISCUSSION
242
The Hebrew and Greek Texts of Jeremiah 3239 Compared
264
Bibliography of Sources and Resources
270
Bibliography of Commentaries Monographs and Articles
276
Index of Variants by Section Number
296
Index of References
300
Index of Authors
313
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Andrew Shead is Lecturer in Old Testament at Moore Theological College, Newtown, Australia.