Reprinted from Crozer Quarterly, April, 1944, Vol. 21, No. 2.
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74 The Anti-Anthropomorphisms of the Greek Pentateuch Delitzsch, F., A New Commentary on Genesis, trans. Sophia Taylor, Edinburgh, Handkommentar zum Alten Testament, : Charles Theodore Fritsch. The book description for "Anti-Anthropomorphism in the Greek Pentateuch" is currently unavailable. The book description for "Anti-Anthropomorphism in the Greek Pentateuch" is currently unavailable. eISBN: Subjects The examples in this and the following chapters are anti-anthropomorphisms in the general sense of the. The result is a great richness in the conception of God. [On the change in the Septuagint see Charles T. Fritsch, The Anti-Anthropomorphisms of the Greek Pentateuch, Princeton Univ. Press, ] One realizes at this point the function of the anthropomorphisms. Their intention is not in the least to reduce God to a rank similar to that of man. Anti-Anthropomorphisms Anti-Anthropomorphisms of the Greek Pentateuch. In general, not many scholars made direct study of the author's data and methodology, and some of them tended to accept the conclusions of this work un critically.2 In my .
Vorlage into Greek is that he followed a method of exegesis which is governed by a theological approach Orlinsky, on the other hand, in his reviews (of Gard's work in the Journal of Biblical Literature, (), pp. ; and of Charles T. Fritsch's The Anti-Anthropomorphisms of the Greek Pentateuch, , in the Crozer Quarterly, (). PDF | On Jul 5, , Daniel O Mcclellan and others published Anti-Anthropomorphism and the Vorlage of LXX Exodus | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGateAuthor: Daniel Mcclellan. [The rule of thumb for treatment here vs treatment ad loc. is whether an item is perceived to be thematic rather than incidental; included here would be such items as specialized terminology (e.g. "basileus" vs "archon" for "melek" in Deuteronomy), intertextuality (e.g. use made of the Greek Pentateuch or Psalms), (anti-)anthropomorphisms. Book Reviews. The Horse in Greek Art. Sidney David Markman. The Anti-Anthropomorphisms of the Greek Pentateuch. Charles T. Fritsch. William A. Irwin. 40(1) The Saturday and Sunday Lessons from Luke in the Greek Gospel Lectionary. Bruce M. Metzger. .
Therefore, a practical handbook such as this is needed for the integration of the Greek translation in the study of the Hebrew Bible. The Text-Critical Use of the Septuagint in Biblical Research is based on much background information, intuition and experience, clear thinking, and a solid description of the procedures followed. Book Reviews. Stüdien over de El-Amarnabrieven en het Oude-Testament inzonderheid uit historisch Oogpunt. Jakobus de Koning. W. F. Albright. 6(1), pp. 58– The Anti-Anthropomorphisms of the Greek Pentateuch. Charles T. Fritsch. Allen Wikgren. 6(1), p. THE RABBINIC TRADITION CONCERNING THE "ALTERATIONS" INSERTED INTO THE GREEK PENTATEUCH AND THEIR RELATION TO THE ORIGINAL TEXT OF THE LXX* BY EMANUEL TOV Jerusalem Various passages within rabbinic literature cite a tradition of a series of alterations which were inserted into the Greek translation of the Torah. In these passages a Author: Tov, Emanuel. 4 C. T. Fritsch, The Anti-Anthropomorphisms of the Greek Pentateuch (Princeton: Princeton University Press, ), He even points out exceptions to both th e anthropomorphisms that are retained and to those that are.