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Jewish Greek Scripture ('Septuagint') in the First and Second Centuries CE: what did early Christian authors have in their hands when they 'searched the scriptures'?

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The much-quoted adage from Sidney Jellicoe ‗He who would read the New Testament must know Koine; but he who would understand the New Testament must know the LXX‘ has been rightly understood as an exhortation to NT scholars to acquaint themselves with the Old Testament Scriptures as produced and transmitted by Greek-speaking Jews of the Hellenistic and Roman periods. Thanks to the work of Martin Menken, Steve Moyise, Craig Evans, Stanley Porter, David Lincicum, Ross Wagner, and others, much h...

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In press
Peer review status:
Peer reviewed
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Accepted Manuscript

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Oxford, HUM, Oriental Studies Faculty

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Publisher:
Mohr Siebeck Publisher's website
Pubs id:
pubs:639050
URN:
uri:ae606369-83f0-4192-84de-145e4b85e538
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ae606369-83f0-4192-84de-145e4b85e538
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pubs:639050
ISBN:
978-3-16-156270-9

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