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3161473701
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Carl J Classen
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Mohr Siebeck (December 31, 2000)
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Carl J. Classen, Born 1928; studied Classics at the universities of Hamburg, Gottingen and Oxford; 1952 Dr. phil; 1961 Habilitation; 1961-66 Docent in Gottingen; 1966-69 . Series: Wissunt Zum Neuen Testament (Book 128).

Carl J. phil; 1961 Habilitation; 1961-66 Docent in Gottingen; 1966-69 Professor of Classics at the Technische Universitat Berlin, 1969-73 in Wurzburg, 1973-93 in Gottingen; since 1993 Professor emeritus.

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Textual criticism of the New Testament is the analysis of the manuscripts of the New Testament, whose goals include identification of transcription errors, analysis of versions, and attempts to reconstruct the original.

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Start by marking Rhetorical Criticism of the New Testament as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. In view of the current debate on the application of Greek and Roman rhetoric to biblical texts, C. Joachim Classen aims at determining both the opportunities and the limits of such forms of criticism, stressing the importance of supplementing the ancient categories with modern categories.

page 384 note 5 Michael, Mees, Die Zitate aus dem Neuen Testamentum bei Clemens von Alexandrien (Quaderni di ‘Vetera Christianorum’, 2; Università di Bari, 1970).

page 380 note 3 For other discussion of the contribution of patristic citations in the history of New Testament textual criticism, see Caspar, René Gregory, Textkritik des Neuen Testamentes, II (Leipzig, 1902), 747–53, 906–93, and III (1909), 1345 and 1358–63; Grant, Robert . ‘The Citation of Patristic Evidence in an Apparatus Criticus’, New Testament Manuscript Studies . page 384 note 5 Michael, Mees, Die Zitate aus dem Neuen Testamentum bei Clemens von Alexandrien (Quaderni di ‘Vetera Christianorum’, 2; Università di Bari, 1970).

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The Old Testament is indeed part of the heritage of Judaism, but that does not mean it is the exclusive heritage of what became mainstream rabbinic Judaism. this should not lead scholars to speak as if we have now realized that Christians have no stake at all in the inheritance of the Old Testament and its religion, or to imply that the Old. Testament is correctly read only from the standpoint of rabbinic Judaism: scholars are neither required nor permitted to make value-judgements of that kind.

In view of the current debate on the application of Greek and Roman rhetoric to biblical texts C. Joachim Classen aims at determining both the opportunities and the limits of such forms of criticism, stressing the importance of supplementing the ancient categories by modern ones. He emphasizes the difference between letters such as Paul's epistles and other kinds of texts, for example the gospels, and the need to select the aspects and criteria of rhetorical criticism accordingly and tries to illustrate how such criticism may be practised. In addition he answers the question to what extent Paul was familiar with Greek rhetoric by an examination of his vocabulary and analyses at length Melanchthon's early lectures, his handbooks and his commentaries to show some of the roots of this type of criticism, the manner in which its greatest exponent developed it and the qualities ideally required for its successful application.