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This companion to the Greek New Testament discusses textual variations based on the critical apparatus.
It contains a thorough explanation of each textual decision that appears in the third edition of the United Bible Societies' Greek New Testament. Third Edition. Expanded, student-friendly workbook for use with Basics of Biblical Greek textbook This expanded workbook is designed with you, the student, in mind and intended for use with the standard-setting Basics of Biblical Greek textbook, now in its third edition.
Two optional chapters have been added to the Baptist Sunday School Board Publication date: Have done readings and homework.
Homework consists by 1. Handwriting the assigned text while trying to slow read it.
Typing the assigned text while trying to slow read it. Reading aloud the assigned text reading consists of practice that in the process involves also taping electronically the reading, repeated to the level that is acceptable by the student 4. Using technology in understanding the assigned text.
Non-required assignment: The Gothic is an Slavonic version: Others, such as the Armenian, have survived very well. The Old Church Slavonic is an exception.
It is much newer than the Vulgate, and its translators, while Bulgarian venerated, were not the tremendous scholars that Jerome was. This has recension.
The history of Christianity among the Slavs is uncertain. One report claims that the Byzantine Emperor Heraclius made an attempt to evangelize the Slavs around the beginning of the seventh century. This account, however, is so littered with contradictions that it cannot be treated as history. More solid are the accounts of a ninth century mission led by the brothers Methodius and Constantine.
Around the two were sent among the Slavs. There are reports that they found Christians there, and that they were possessed of a partial Bible translation, but we are simply unable to determine the truth, or the details, of this. In the two went to Moravia and began teaching the locals. From there on the story becomes complicated if it wasn't before , with local and church politics playing a large role.
Leaving aside these details, we are told that Constantine who eventually took the name Cyril devised a Slavic alphabet and prepared the Slavic translation. Here again we run into trouble, because there are two Old Slavonic alphabets, the Glagolitic and the Cyrillic. The Glagolitic is a geometric alphabet, made up of circles and squares and other simple shapes and not evidently related to any other form of writing.
The Cyrillic is clearly derived from Greek letter forms. Had the Cyrillic been older, it is hard to see how the Glagolitic could have arisen. The oldest manuscripts of the Old Church Slavonic, which appear to date are from the tenth century, are usually Glagolitic, but the Cyrillic appears not long afterward.
Even these early manuscripts show signs of dialectial variations many of which later became separate languages , so they are probably somewhat removed from the original translation.
These also developed minor textual differences, so that we might speak of Bohemian, Bulgarian, Croatian, Russian, and Serbian "recensions" of the Slavonic.
The Old Church Slavonic was translated primarily for liturgical use, so it should not be surprising that lectionary manuscripts are common, and that manuscripts of the Apocalypse which is not used in the lectionary are rare. Research on the Slavonic text has been limited, both because of the difficulty of the language Old Church Slavonic is, of course, Indo-European, but of the Slavic branch of the family, which is not well known to Western scholars and because of the lateness of the translation.
Slavonic generally renders Greek well except in matters of verb tense and specific vocabulary , but the text seems to be late. Its Byzantine cast is clear, although there do appear to be some early readings.
In Paul, the text is again largely Byzantine, though with some interesting and unusual readings. Essential Atlas of the Bible by Carl G. Rasmussen Excerpt.
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