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The first edition of the New Testament

Author: David Trobisch
Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2000.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Argues that the New Testament is not the product of a centuries-long process of development. Its history, Trobisch finds, is the history of a book--an all Greek Christian bible--published as early as the second century C.E. and intended by its editors to be read as a whole. Trobisch claims that this bible achieved wide circulation and formed the basis of all surviving manuscripts of the New Testament.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Trobisch
ISBN: 0195112407 9780195112405
OCLC Number: 42475781
Description: viii, 175 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: 1. Introduction --
Historical sources --
Thesis and outline --
2. Evidence for a final redaction --
Terminology --
What does "final redaction" mean? --
The notation of the Nomina Sacra --
The use of the codex form --
Arrangement and number of writings in the manuscripts --
The titles of the writings --
The title of the canonical edition --
3. The editorial concept --
Three perspectives: reader, macrostructure, traditional material --
Implied authorship --
The selection of authors --
The title of the edition --
Nomina Sacra --
Codex --
4. A note to the readers of the canonical edition --
Acts of the Apostles --
2 Timothy --
2 Peter --
Gospel According to John --
5. Outlook --
Modern editions --
The readership of the canonical edition.
Other Titles: Endredaktion des Neuen Testaments.
Responsibility: David Trobisch.
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The New Testament's history, Trobisch finds, is the history of a book - an all-Greek Christian bible - published as early as the second century AD and intended by its editors to be read as a whole.  Read more...

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Trobisch has presented a fascinating proposal that deserves a hearing in the academy and the church. Chad Owen Brand, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary ... pioneering work ... promises to be Read more...

 
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