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The Apocalypse and Semitic syntax

by Thompson, Steven

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge [Cambridgeshire], New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bible. N.T. Revelation -- Criticism, interpretation, etc,
  • Greek language, Biblical -- Foreign elements -- Semitic,
  • Semitic languages -- Syntax

  • Edition Notes

    StatementSteven Thompson.
    SeriesMonograph series / Society for New Testament Studies ;, 52, Monograph series (Society for New Testament Studies) ;, 52.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBS2825.2 .T48 1985
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 155 p. ;
    Number of Pages155
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2849838M
    ISBN 100521260310
    LC Control Number84012081

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Secondly, by methodically citing the ancient Greek translations of the Old Testament to demonstrate Hebrew/Aramaic influence, it serves as a limited survey of the syntax of the Septuagint. Thirdly, it argues that the Apocalypse's grammar was influenced not by later Hebrew/Aramaic dialects in use during the first century AD but by Old Testament Hebrew/Aramaic.

The Apocalypse and Semitic syntax. [Steven Thompson] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Offers a grammatical explanation to the peculiarity of the language of the Apocalypse (or Book of Revelation).

Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Bible. The peculiar language of the New Testament Apocalypse is here explained as due to the deliberate influence of biblical Hebrew and Aramaic. Disciplines Ancient History, Greek.

The Apocalypse and Semitic Syntax. [Steven Thompson] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Offers a grammatical explanation to the peculiarity of the language of the Apocalypse (or Book of Revelation).

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ABBREVIATIONS APC. BAG BDB BGU BI-D Charles 1 (11) JBL JTS LS-J LXX MT NTS PSI Symm. Theod. TDNT ZAW zvw The Apocalypse W. Bauer, W.F. Arndt and F.W. Gingrich, A Greek-English. Thompson, Steven: The Apocalypse and Semitic Syntax.

Cambridge: CUP, Thompson argues that some semantic and syntactical problems may be solved if the Aramaic background is taken into consideration. Thompson’s book is reviewed by M. Wilcox in: JTS 38 () (7 Oct ).

SEMITIC LITERARY FORMS IN THE APOCALYPSE one, "the first, second, seventh seal." Their series is even more clearly divided into 4 + 3 than the seven letters, because the visions inaugurated by the first four seals, and only they, show horsemen and are of a similar structure, which is different from that of the rest of the seals.

The Book of Revelation (often called the Revelation to John, Apocalypse of John, the Revelation from Jesus Christ (from its opening words), the Apocalypse, The Revelation, or simply Revelation) is the final book of the New Testament, and consequently is also the final book of the Christian title is derived from the first word of the Koine Greek text: apokalypsis, meaning "unveiling.

); S. Thompson, The Apocalypse of John and Semitic Syntax (SNTSMS 52; Cambridge: Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, DOI: /X Verbal Aspect in the Apocalypse.

On the general aspect of the latter, see Steven Thompson, The Apocalypse and Semitic Syntax (Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press, ); R. Charles, Lecturers on the Apocalypse (London: Oxford Univ. Press, ). Scholem, On the Mystical Shape of the Godhead, ch. 5, pp. ; on a female image of a mediator: G.

Durant, L'imagination Author: Vyacheslav Ivanov. all these books of the Bible."3 Lawrence hated the book so much that he wrote a commentary on it. In his own monumental commentary on the Apocalypse, writing just a decade earlier than Lawrence, fellow English- 10Steven Thompson, The Apocalypse and Semitic Syntax (SNTSMS; Cambridge Cam-bridge University Press, ) But the one that was most.

powerful, I think, is the picture in her book Scivias, the visionary book that she wrote in the s. And this is a series of visions, many of the connected with the. Books by Steven Thompson The Apocalypse and Semitic Syntax (1st Edition) (Society for New Testament Studies Monograph Series) by Steve n Thompson, John Court Paperback, Pages, Published by Cambridge University Press ISBNISBN:   17 Thompson, Steven (The Apocalypse and Semitic Syntax [Cambridge/New York: Cambridge University Press, ] ) states: “The Apocalypse can be categorized as ‘Jewish Greek’ to the fullest extent of the term, in spite of recent protest.”Cited by: Four Views on the Book of Revelation: CBT: Carrell, Peter R.

Jesus and the Angels: Angelology and the Christology of the Apocalypse of John: SNTSMS: Thompson, Steven: The Apocalypse and Semitic Syntax: SNTSMS: Gilbertson, Michael: God and History in the Book of Revelation: New Testament Studies in Dialogue with Pannenberg and.

2Steven W. Thompson, The Apocalypse and Semitic Syntax (Cambridge, Eng., ). The book contains the main findings of Thompson's Ph.D. dissertation, completed at the University of St. Andrews, Scotland, in When the book claims to reveal the secrets of the Book of Revelation, even more interest is Apocalypse-Letter by Letter, by Steven Paul, has been described as "a masterpiece." In it, the author pens a series of letters to his brother-in-law to show how the Bible contains all the information a reader would need to decode the /5(3).

Apocalypse of Abraham. These witnesses permit us to suggest that the Apocalypse of Abraham was possibly known by the second century. Our pseudepigraphon was written after A.D. 70, because the author describes the destruction of Jerusalem (cf.

ch. 27). Hence, the apocalypse—that is the early Jewish stratum—was.him to believe that the author of the Apocalypse thought in Hebrew and wrote in Greek; Torrey has reconsidered the question and has concluded that the book was originally written in Aramaic and translated with the utmost fidelity into Greek.

That the syntax of the Apocalypse is Semitic File Size: KB.The Atlantic languages of Semitic or "tidic" (para-Semitic) origin are a disputed concept in historical linguistics put forward by Theo proposed that Semitic language speakers occupied regions of Europe thousands of years ago, influencing the later European languages that are not part of the Semitic family.