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canon
books recognized by different faith communities as "accepted"/divinely inspired
TanNak
Jewish Scriptures
Genesis-Deuteronomy
Prophets
Writings, ends with Cyrus and rebuilding
Deuter-canonical
second canon accepted by Catholics
1 and 2 Maccabees
Wisdom of Solomon, Sirach
supercessionism
tendency of Christians to view the NT as fulfilling and superceding the Old
Koran
a pure form of revelation, vs. the diluted revelations in OT and NT
text criticism
seeks best reading of a particular text in its orginial language
Massoretic text/witness
athoritative version of Hebrew text produced by scribes in medieval period
(other witnesses, Qumrn, Samarian text)
Septtuagint LXX
ancient set of translations of various biblical books into Greek
conjectural emendation
development of a reading that is not preserved in any manusript
formal correspdondence translations
aim to stay s close as possible to word for word of Greek, Hebrew or Aramaic
(NRSV, NIV, NASB)
dynamic equivalence vs paraphrase
aims for equivalent meaning( NJB, NAB)
paraphrase is a losser translation (Living Bible, Message)
gender accurate
corrects earlier translation into male gender words from gender neutral or female(NIV)
gender sensitive
translates male gender words into neutral of gender when they are male, God vs he
witness
compare one manuscript witness to another
Torah
Received by Moses (written)
Moses Story-Exodus, Lev, Numbers. Deuteronomy/4 of 5 books
person with Genesis as prologue