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A Study of Wandering As a Phenomenon In English and German Literature By Julian Scutts
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This book treats wandering as a "phenomenon, as no one has yet explained why the word "Wanderer" suddenly gained new significance and prominence in the poetry of Goethe and the German... More > and English Romantics, especially if one extends this enquiry of any use of the verbs "to wander" and "wandern."< Less
Studies on the Early Papacy By John Chapman
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[Hardcover] John Chapman, fourth abbot of Downside, takes up the question of the papacy in the first centuries of Christianity. Eschewing selective apologetics, he favors a reasoned study of the... More > textual evidence of historical events. By these, he illustrates the early authoritative role expected of or taken by Rome’s bishop at pivotal moments in early Church history. This volume offers much substance to those interested in the question of papal prerogatives. Chapman argues in favor of Catholic claims, but does so with such care as a historian that his work has received high approval even from such an eminence as the famed Anglican historian Henry Chadwick who, in his own book on the history of the early Church, saw fit to recommend Chapman’s work to readers interested in the question. There have been many successors to Chapman but few, if any, have engaged with precisely the matters that he discusses in such detail. His book remains an important voice in the modern conversation.< Less
Alexander of Aphrodisias and the Text of Aristotle's Metaphysics By Mirjam Kotwick
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Alexander of Aphrodisias’s commentary (about AD 200) is the earliest extant commentary on Aristotle’s Metaphysics and the most important indirect witness to the Metaphysics text. In this... More > study, Mirjam Kotwick demonstrates how to reconstruct from Alexander’s commentary the Metaphysics text Alexander used and how to make use of this ancient version of the Metaphysics for improving the text of our direct manuscript tradition. Moreover, Kotwick investigates how Alexander’s commentary may have influenced the transmission of the Metaphysics at various stages. Kotwick’s study is the first book-length examination of a commentary as a witness to an ancient philosophical text. This blend of textual criticism and philosophical analysis both expands on existing methodologies in classical scholarship and develops new ones.< Less
Alexander of Aphrodisias and the Text of Aristotle's Metaphysics By Mirjam Kotwick
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Alexander of Aphrodisias’s commentary (about AD 200) is the earliest extant commentary on Aristotle’s Metaphysics and the most important indirect witness to the Metaphysics text. In this... More > study, Mirjam Kotwick demonstrates how to reconstruct from Alexander’s commentary the Metaphysics text Alexander used and how to make use of this ancient version of the Metaphysics for improving the text of our direct manuscript tradition. Moreover, Kotwick investigates how Alexander’s commentary may have influenced the transmission of the Metaphysics at various stages. Kotwick’s study is the first book-length examination of a commentary as a witness to an ancient philosophical text. This blend of textual criticism and philosophical analysis both expands on existing methodologies in classical scholarship and develops new ones.< Less
The Promise of Jesus, Seeing Christ in the Words of the Old Testament By Gary Jennings
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This is a clear and authoritative account of how the Gospel of Jesus Christ was predicted through the Old Testament. I have tried to anticipate all the questions that come up about Jesus' claims and... More > provide solid answers. Objective readers will find hard evidence of God's unfolding plan of salvation in the Lord Jesus throughout these pages.< Less
Jacob and the Angel: Modern Readers and the Old Testament By Sheldon Greaves
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The Old Testament is a cornerstone of western civilization. However, reading it can become a wrestling match with a very eccentric and challenging text. This collection of essays by noted modern... More > biblical scholars presents the methods and findings of current biblical scholarship for a general audience. Whether you are a seasoned reader of the Bible or encountering this remarkable book for the first time, here you will find the current scholarship about the history, transmission, background, development, and interpretation of the Old Testament. Scholars include Karl Sandberg, William Dozeman, Diana Edelman, Marvin Sweeney, William Dever, Russell Fuller, Richard Clifford, Carole Fontaine, and Sheldon Greaves.< Less
The 1st Century Aramaic English Interlinear Bible- The Psalms, Proverbs & Ecclesiastes By Rev. David Bauscher
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This is an interlinear translation of The Aramaic Peshitta Old Testament books of Psalms, Proverbs & Ecclesiastes.Aramaic was the language of Jesus & of Israel since the 7th century BC. The... More > Peshitta OT is very likely the 1st century Aramaic translation of the 1st century Hebrew Old Testament. In the 1st century AD, the Aramaic of Israel was called "Hebrew". Aramaic was used in Mel Gibson's film "The Passion of the Christ" to make the film as realistic & accurate as possible. This translation will surprise & thrill the reader with its power & inspiration coming from the 1st century Hebrew Bible translated into Aramaic, the sister language of Hebrew. (8x11" size 174 pages B&W hardback)< Less
Meditations and Inspirations from the First Christian Bible (the Aramaic Peshitta) Volume 1 By Rev. David Bauscher
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This is a Christian devotional book of my personal meditations and inspirations of the Spirit of Holiness from the text of the Gospels and epistles of the original Aramaic New Testament and also... More > from the Aramaic Psalms and Proverbs called the Peshitta Bible, and translated by the author in an edition called The Original Aramaic New Testament in Plain English with Psalms and Proverbs, which translation is abundantly quoted throughout this book. The author’s many print book titles and free eBooks and articles are available at aramaicnt.com. 282 pages ebook< Less
Jegar Sahadutha-"Heap of Witness" (Evidence for an Aramaic Original NT) By Rev. David Bauscher
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This is a compilation of at least 500 evidences from my Aramaic-English Interlinear New Testament supporting an Aramaic original behind a Greek translation of the NT (Peshitta).I have illustrated... More > many of the examples in the Peshitta and Greek NT's using Dead Sea Scroll script Aramaic letters and Greek letters. Other examples include historical and grammatical errors in the Greek New Testament, which are not found in the Peshitta,demonstrating that The Peshitta-Peshitto Aramaic New Testament is the original text behind The Greek New Testament. There are examples drawn from 26 New Testament books-except Jude. The Aramaic edition I use and present in my interlinear is the Syriac New Testament of The 1979 UBS Syriac Bible. It is a critical edition based on several critical editions:one of the Gospels, by Gwilliam & Pusey (1901) , Gwilliams’ 1920 edition of Acts and Paul’s Epistles and a 1920 edition of John Gwynn’s critical editions of The Catholic Epistles and Revelation.177 pages-B&W Paperback< Less
Jegar Sahadutha-"Heap of Witness" (Evidence for an Aramaic Original NT) By Rev. David Bauscher
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This is a compilation (2nd ed.-2012) of at least 750 evidences from my Aramaic-English Interlinear New Testament supporting an Aramaic original behind a Greek translation of the NT (Peshitta).I have... More > illustrated many of the examples in the Peshitta and Greek NT's using Dead Sea Scroll script Aramaic letters and Greek letters. Other examples include historical and grammatical errors in the Greek New Testament, which are not found in the Peshitta,demonstrating that The Peshitta-Peshitto Aramaic New Testament is the original text behind The Greek New Testament. There are examples drawn from 26 New Testament books-except Jude. The Aramaic edition I use and present in my interlinear is the Syriac New Testament of The 1979 UBS Syriac Bible. It is a critical edition based on several critical editions:one of the Gospels, by Gwilliam & Pusey (1901) , Gwilliams’ 1920 edition of Acts and Paul’s Epistles and a 1920 edition of John Gwynn’s critical ed. of The Catholic Epistles and Revelation.200 pages- 8x11 B&W Paperback< Less