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« on: July 05, 2013, 04:58:36 PM »

So Norton Critical released their Bible as two volumes (OT and NT w/ Apoc) last year. And it is simply staggering how much are in both books. They have actually done quite a bit of work to make the KJV more accurate with the codices that have come to surface.

You get stuff from Hegel, Neitzche, William Blake, Origen, St Augustine, Marcion, Josephus, Philo, Tacitus, Pliny, Strauss, etc. And a ton of various subjects on both the OT/NT.

If anyone wants a serious study of the Bible, I don't know if there is anything close to the compendium below.

I hope to get both on my next check. The only problem is that these are not in hardcover nor do they contain the full Apocrypha. They haven't uploaded any images of what's inside the Bible, so I can't see how they annotated it or how it's structured.

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"The New Testament’s powerful language and images have inspired some of the finest poems in the English language. This volume collects a wide selection of lyric poems, hymns and spirituals, and epics, from the Dream of the Rood to works by Countee Cullen, Elizabeth Bishop, and Anthony Hecht. Case studies designed to stimulate classroom discussion trace the development of Pontius Pilate as a character in post-biblical literature, follow the centuries-long exegetical debate about Romans 7, and survey competing hermeneutical approaches to Revelation. A final section samples fifteen translations of 1 Corinthians 13, from Wycliffe to contemporary versions."
The English Bible, King James Version
The New Testament and The Apocrypha
http://books.wwnorton.com/books/detail.aspx?ID=22621

Take a look at some of the contents.

CONTEXT, RECEPTION, CRITICISM Part I. Historical Contexts    /   975
Backgrounds    /   975
Josephus    •  [Jewish Philosophies]    /   975
•  [Circumcision of Gentile  Converts]    /   977
•  [John the Baptist]    /   979
•  [James the Brother  of Jesus]    /   979
Philo   •  [Pontius Pilate and Roman Rule in Judea]    /   980
Tacitus    •  [Nero’s Persecution of Christians in Rome]    /   983
•  [A Gentile’s View of Jewish Beliefs and Practices]    /   984
•  [A Brief History of Roman Rule in Judea]    /   985
Suetonius •  [Nero’s Persecution of Christians in Rome]    /   986
•  [Nero’s Anticipated  Resurrection]    /   987
Pliny   •  [Correspondence with Emperor  Trajan Regarding Alleged
Christians]    /   987
The Community Rule (from the Dead Sea Scrolls)    /   989
2 Esdras 7:36–105    /   996
Virgil  •  Eclogue 4    /   1000
Plutarch •  [The Birth of Alexander the Great]    /   1002
Philostratus, The Life of Apollonius of Tyana    /   1004
•  [The Birth and Youth of Apollonius]    /   1004
•  [Apollonius Exorcises a Youth and Heals Several People]    /   1006
•  [Apollonius Exorcises Another Youth]   /   1007
•  [Apollonius Calls for the Purification of the Acropolis]    /   1008
 
Contents   vii

•  [Apollonius Raises a Girl from the Dead]    /   1009
•  [Apollonius on Trial Before Emperor  Domitian]    /   1010
•  [Apollonius Rejoins His Friends  after His Miraculous
Escape]    /   1013
•  [Apollonius’s Death,  Ascension, and Continuing
Appearances]    /   1014

Early Developments    /   1017
Papias   •  [The Origins of the Gospels]    /   1017
The Acts of Paul and Thecla    /   1020
Marcion    •  [Testimony of Irenaeus Against Marcion]    /   1027
•  [Testimony of Tertullian Against Marcion]     /   1029
•  The Antitheses    /   1032
The Gospel of Thomas    /   1034
Valentinus    •  The Gospel of Truth    /   1046
Ptolemy   •  [A Version of the Valentinian  Gnostic  Myth]    /   1050
Toledoth  Yeshu (The Generations of Jesus)    /   1063


Part II. Exegesis    /   1068

Precritical Exegesis    /   1068
Origen   •  [Discrepancies Between the Gospels]    /   1068
Augustine   •  The Harmony  of the Gospels    /   1075
•  Sermon  on John 6:1–14    /   1086
Tertullian •  On Flight in Time of Persecution    /   1090
Thomas Aquinas   •   Catena Aurea [on Matthew  27:51–56]    /   1098
Thomas Hobbes,  Leviathan    /   1102
•  [The Authority of Scripture Dependent on the Sovereign]    /   1102
•  [The Authority Christ  Left to Churches]    /   1104

Critical  Exegesis    /   1107
Hermann Samuel  Reimarus    •  [Contradictions in the Gospels’ Resurrection Accounts]    /   1107
David Friedrich  Strauss,  The Life of Jesus Critically Examined    /   1112
•  Definition  of the Evangelical Mythus    /   1113
•  Criteria  by Which to Distinguish the Unhistorical in the
Gospel Narrative    /   1114
•  The Miraculous Multiplication of the Loaves and Fishes    /   1119
Friedrich Nietzsche    •  [The Genealogy of Christian Morality]    /   1127
Wilhelm Wrede   •  The Messianic  Secret    /   1129
Albert Schweitzer    •  The Quest  of the Historical  Jesus    /   1149
Rudolf Bultmann •  The “Krisis” of the World: [The Christology of
John’s Gospel]    /   1166
Hans Conzelmann  •  [The Middle of Time in Luke–Acts]    /   1185
Brigitte Kahl   •  No Longer Male: Masculinity  Struggles Behind
Galatians  3.28?    /   1200
 
viii   Contents

Interdisciplinary Approaches    /   1208
Paul Ricoeur   •  Listening  to the Parables  of Jesus    /   1208
Frank Kermode   •  [Being and Becoming in John’s Prologue]    /   1214
Werner  H. Kelber   •  [The Gospel of Mark as Written  Parable]     /   1221
Dennis  R. MacDonald •  Luke’s Eutychus and Homer’s Elpenor:  Acts
20:7–12 and Odyssey 10–12    /   1235
Wayne A. Meeks   •  The Polyphonic  Ethics  of the Apostle Paul    /   1244
Richard B. Hays   •  Intertextual Echo in Romans    /   1255



Lyric    /   1275
 
Part III. Poetic Re-Imaginings
 
The Dream of the Rood    /   1275
William Dunbar    •  Done Is a Battell on the Dragon Blak    /   1279
John Donne    •  La Corona    /   1281
George Herbert •  The Agonie    /   1284
•  Sepulchre   /   1285
•  Marie Magdalene    /   1286
Richard  Crashaw    •  On St. Peter  cutting  off Malchus  his eare    /   1286
•  And he answered  them nothing    /   1286
•  To Pontius  washing his blood-stained hands    /   1287
•  On our crucified Lord naked and bloody    /   1287
Henry Vaughan   •  The Night    /   1288
John Milton   •  When I Consider  . . .    /   1289
William Blake   •  The Everlasting  Gospel    /   1290
Emily Dickinson    •  [“Sown in dishonor”!]   /   1300
•  [I shall know why - when Time is over]    /   1301
•  [Dying! Dying in the night!]    /   1301
•  [He forgot - and I - remembered]   /   1301
•  [You’re right - “the way is narrow”]    /   1302
•  [Do People moulder  equally]    /   1302
•  [He gave away his Life]    /   1303
•  [One Crucifixion is recorded  - only]    /   1303
•  [Of Paul and Silas it is said]    /   1304
•  [“Remember  Me” implored the Thief]    /   1304
•  [One crown that no one seeks]    /   1304
•  [Proud  of my broken heart,  since thou did’st break it]    /   1305
Christina Rossetti   •  Good Friday    /   1305
•  St. Barnabas    /   1306
Gerard  Manley Hopkins    •  The Caged Skylark    /   1306
•  The Candle  Indoors    /   1307
Thomas Hardy   •  The Respectable Burgher    /   1308
•  A Drizzling Easter  Morning    /   1309
William Butler Yeats   •  The Magi    /   1309
•  The Second  Coming    /   1310
 
Contents   ix

•  The Mother  of God    /   1310
•  A Stick of Incense     /   1311
T. S. Eliot   •  Journey of the Magi    /   1311
James Weldon Johnson    •  Saint Peter  Relates an Incident of the
Resurrection Day    /   1312
Countee Cullen    •  Simon the Cyrenian  Speaks    /   1317
•  Judas Iscariot    /   1318
Elizabeth  Bishop   •  Roosters    /   1321
•  The Prodigal    /   1325

Hymns and Spirituals    /   1326
Hymns   /   1326
Nahum Tate   •  While Shepherds Watched  Their Flocks    /   1327
Isaac Watts   •  Alas! And Did My Saviour Bleed    /   1328
Charles  Wesley   •  Come, Sinners,  to the Gospel Feast    /   1329
•  And Can It Be That I Should  Gain    /   1331
Reginald Heber    •  Holy, Holy, Holy! Lord God Almighty!   /   1332
Matthew  Bridges   •  Crown Him with Many Crowns    /   1333
Caroline  M. Noel   •  At the Name of Jesus    /   1335
Spirituals   /   1337
Done Found  My Lost Sheep    /   1337
Were You There,  When They Crucified  My Lord?    /   1338
The Angel Roll the Stone Away   /   1339
I Got a Home in-a That Rock    /   1340
Steal Away to Jesus    /   1340

Epic    /   1341
Juvencus,  Libri Evangeliorum  Quattuor •  [Christ’s Judgment, Crucifixion, and Resurrection]    /   1341
Roger P. H. Green    •  [Juvencus’s Inversion of Virgil’s Aeneid]    /   1345
Marco Girolamo Vida, Christiad •  [The Exorcism of Legion]    /   1347
John Milton,  Paradise  Regained   •  [Christ’s Third Temptation]   /   1349


Part IV. Case Studies

The Character of Pontius  Pilate    /   1356
Tertullian •  [Pilate: A Christian in Heart]    /   1357
John Chrysostom    •  Homily on Matthew  27:11–12    /   1358
The Letter  of Pilate to Claudius   /   1361
Paradosis  Pilati (The Handing  Over of Pilate)    /   1362
The Dream of Pilate’s Wife    /   1364
E. P. Sanders    •  [A Historical  Examination of Jesus’ Arrest and
Trial]    /   1383

The Meaning  of Romans 7    /   1390
Origen   •  [Paul’s Laws and Personae]    /   1391
Jerome   •  [Free Will and God’s Grace]    /   1395
 
x   Contents

Augustine of Hippo   •  [Paul Speaks of Himself in Romans 7]    /   1400
Martin  Luther    •  [The Righteous  Are at the Same Time Sinners]     /   1405
•  [The Use of the Law]    /   1411
Karl Barth   •  [The Meaning  of Religion in Romans 7]    /   1414
Rudolf Bultmann •  [The Self Split by Sin Under the Law]    /   1422
Krister Stendahl •  The Apostle Paul and the Introspective Conscience of the West    /   1426
Stanley Stowers   •  The Gentile  Share in Christ’s Life    /   1436
J. Albert Harrill   •  The Slave Self: Paul and the Discursive “I”   /   1448

Approaches  to the Apocalypse    /   1460
Dionysius of Alexandria   •  [Revelation’s Authority and Author]    /   1461
Nicholas  of Lyra   •  [On Revelation 13:11–18]    /   1464
Geneva Bible   •  Revelation 13:16–17; 17:3–6    /   1467
Hal Lindsey   •  [On Revelation 17:12–14; 13:11–18]    /   1469
Isaac Newton    •  [Biblical Symbolism and Revelation 17:1–6]    /   1472
Elizabeth  Gaskell   •  [A Dialogue on Revelation from North and
South]   /   1473
Austin Farrer    •  [The Structure of Revelation]    /   1478


Part V. Translation

1 Corinthians  13    /   1494
Wycliffe    /   1495
Tyndale    /   1495
Geneva Bible    /   1496
Rheims New Testament    /   1497
Bishops’ Bible    /   1497
King James Version    /   1498
Revised Version    /   1499
Revised Standard Version    /   1500
New Revised Standard Version    /   1501
New English Bible    /   1501
Good News Bible    /   1502
New International Version    /   1503
New Jerusalem  Bible    /   1504
Richmond  Lattimore    /   1504
J. B. Phillips    /   1505
Notes of John Bois    /   1506


Permissions Acknowledgments   /   1509
 
Contents   xi

MAPS

Israel Under  the Maccabees   1511
Territory Conquered by Alexander the Great    1513
The Roman Empire    1514
The Eastern  Mediterranean World    1517
Judea and Its Environs at Around the Time of Jesus    1518

================

Old Testament Contents:
CONTEXT, RECEPTION, CRITICISM Part I. Ancient Near Eastern Texts    /   1685
Myths and Legends    /   1686 egyptian my ths of origin   /   1686
[The One and the Many]    /   1686
The Memphite Cosmology    /   1687 [Creation Equal for Rich and Poor]    /   1688
epic tales from mesopotamia and cana an    /   1689
Enuma  Elish (The Babylonian Epic of Creation)    /   1689 [The Battle of Baal and Sea]    /   1702
The Eridu Genesis    /   1708
Atrahasis (the Babylonian Noah)    /   1710
The Epic of Gilgamesh    •  [Gilgamesh  and Enkidu]    /   1716
•  [The Story of the Flood]    /   1722
Adapa and the South  Wind    /   1730 popular legends   /   1733
The Two Brothers    /   1733
The Birth Legend of Sargon of Akkad   /   1735

Laws and Treaties    /   1736
Laws of Lipit-Ishtar    /   1736
Laws of Hammurabi    /   1739
Hittite  Laws    /   1745
Middle Assyrian Laws    /    1748
Vassal Treaty of Esarhaddon    /   1750
 
Contents   vii

Historical Records    /   1753
The Sumerian King List    /   1753
The Amarna Letters    /   1754
The Moabite  Stone    /   1758
Assyrian Royal Annals   •  Shalmaneser III (battle  of Qarqar;  siege of
Damascus)    /   1759
•  Sargon II (deportation of the Samarians)    /   1761
•  Sennacherib (siege of Jerusalem)    /   1762
The Babylonian Chronicle •  [Battle of Carchemish]    /   1762
•  [Conquest of Jerusalem]    /   1763
•  [Fall of Babylon]    /   1763
The Cyrus Cylinder    /    1763
The Passover Letter  from Elephantine    /   1765

Prophecy    /   1765
The Prophecies of Neferti    /   1765
Egyptian Dream Book    /   1768
Dream Oracle to Thutmose IV   /   1769
Mesopotamian Omens    /   1769
Divination  by Stones    /   1771
Mari Letters    /   1772
Book of Balaam (Deir 'Alla Inscriptions)    /   1774
Oracles  Concerning Esarhaddon    /   1775 [Apocalyptic Prophecy]    /   1776

Hymns and Prayers    /   1777
The Great Hymn to the Aten    /   1777
Amon as the Sole God    /   1781
Hymn to Enlil    /   1782
Prayer of Kantuzzili    /    1783
Prayer to Ishtar    /   1784
Prayer to Marduk   /   1786
To a Personal  God   /   1788
Didactic and Wisdom Literature    /   1788
The Instruction of the Vizier Ptah-Hotep    /   1788
The Instruction of Amenemope     /    1791
Babylonian Counsels  of Wisdom    /   1794
Harper’s Song from the Tomb of Intef    /   1796
The Dialogue of Pessimism    /   1797
The Poem of the Righteous  Sufferer    /    1799
The Babylonian Theodicy    /   1803

Songs and Laments    /   1806
Egyptian Love Song    /   1806
Sumerian Love Songs    /   1807
Lamentation over the Destruction of Ur    /    1810
 
viii   Contents


Part II. Historical Anthology of Biblical
Interpretation    /   1814

Traditional Jewish, Christian,  and Muslim Exegesis    /   1814 hellenistic writings   /   1814
First Book of Enoch    •  [The Rebel Angels]    /    1815
Jubilees   •  [Moses Summoned]    /   1817
•  [The Creation]    /   1818
•  [Enoch]    /   1818
•  [The Binding of the Demons]     /    1819
•  [The Life of Abraham]    /   1819
•  [Conclusion]   /   1821
The Genesis  Apocryphon   •  [Abram and Sarai in Egypt]    /   1822
Commentary on Habakkuk    •  [The Teacher  of Righteousness and the
Wicked Priest]    /   1825
Aristobulus    •  [That the Greeks Borrowed from the Hebrews]    /   1826
Philo of Alexandria   •  [The Two Adams]    /   1828
•  [The Descent  of the Soul]    /   1829
•  [On Reputation and Outward  Observance]   /   1831
Josephus  Flavius   •  [On the canon  of sacred scripture]    /   1833
On the Origin of the World (from the Nag Hammadi Library)    /   1834 rabbinic exegesis    /   1840
Mekilta de-Rabbi Ishmael    •  [No earlier and later in Torah]    /   1840
•  [“An Eye for an Eye”]   /   1842
Targum Pseudo-Jonathan on Genesis  4:1–6; 18:1–25    /   1843
Genesis  Rabbah   •  [“In the Beginning”]    /   1845
•  [The Double Nature of Man]    /   1847
•  [Abraham and His Father’s Idols]    /   1847
Leviticus Rabbah   •  [“Speak . . . and say” (Saul and the Woman of
Endor)]    /   1848
Baba Batra (Babylonian Talmud)   •  [On the Tables in the Ark]   /   1852
•  [The List of Biblical Books]    /   1854 patristic exegesis    /   1856
Irenaeus •  [Despoiling the Egyptians]    /   1856
•  [Lot and his Daughters]    /    1857
•  [The Two Testaments]    /   1858
Origen   •  [Threefold  Interpretation]    /   1859
•  [Carnal  and Spiritual  Love]    /   1861
Gregory of Nyssa   •  [Male and Female]    /   1863
•  [The Divine Darkness]    /   1865
•  [From Glory to Glory]    /   1866
Augustine of Hippo   •  [Egyptian Gold]    /   1868
•  [The Principle  of Charity]    /   1870
•  [“In the Beginning”]    /   1871
•  [Noah’s Ark]   /   1873
 
Contents   ix

islamic writings   /   1875
Qur’an•   2:47–57 [The Covenant  with Israel]    /   1875
•  2:60–62 [Israel in the Wilderness]    /   1876
•   7:103–26 [Moses and the Egyptian Sorcerers]    /   1876
•   7:142–43 [The Revelation of the Mountain]   /    1877
•  12:22–34 [The Chastity  of Joseph]    /   1877
•  21:48–94 [The Community of Prophets]    /   1878 al-Kisa’i   •  [The Prophet Job]    /    1880
medieval jewish  and christian exegesis    /   1887
Rashi   •  Commentary on the Pentateuch (Genesis  1:1; 1:26; Deuteronomy 28:23; 31:23; 32:12)    /   1887
Nachmanides •  [How Moses Wrote the Torah]    /   1891
•  [“In the Beginning”]    /   1894
The Zohar   •  [The Creation]    /   1895
•  [Male and Female]    /   1896
•  [Noah and the Ark]   /   1896
•  [Openings]   /   1898
Bernard  of Clairvaux   •  [The “Kiss,” Song of Songs 1:2]    /   1899
Hildegard  of Bingen   •  [Moses’ Vision of God]    /   1902
•  Analogy of the Manna    /   1903
•  Goliath and David    /   1904
Thomas Aquinas   •  [On Metaphor]   /    1904
•  [The Four Senses of Scripture]    /   1906
Bonaventure •  [The Seven Days of Creation]    /   1908 renaissance and reformation   /   1910
Giovanni Pico della Mirandola    •  Exposition of . . . “In the beginning”    /   1910
Martin  Luther    •  [The Purpose  of the Law]    /   1912
John Calvin   •  [On the Wrestling of Jacob]    /   1917
Lancelot  Andrewes   •  A Sermon  [“Touch not Mine anointed”]    /   1920

Philosophical Reflections    /    1924
Moses Maimonides •  [The Language of Scripture]    /   1924
•  [On Prophecy]    /   1925
•  [On Divine Providence]    /   1926
Thomas Aquinas   •  [The Proper  Name of God]    /    1927
•  [Can There Be Creation Ex Nihilo?]    /   1929
Thomas Hobbes    •  [How God Speaks to Man]    /   1931
•  [The Pentateuch Not Written  by Moses]    /   1933
Algernon Sidney   •  [Absolute Monarchy  Not Conformable to
Scripture]    /   1934
Baruch  Spinoza   •  Of the Interpretation of Scripture    /   1938
•  The True Authorship  of the Sacred Books    /   1941
•  In What Respect  Scripture Is Called the Word of God    /   1944
Isaac Newton    •  [The Oldest Religion]    /    1945
 
x   Contents

Voltaire   •  David    /    1948
•  Moses    /   1950
Immanuel Kant   •  Conjectural Beginning of Human
History    /    1952
G. W. F. Hegel   •  The Spirit of Judaism    /   1958
Friedrich Nietzsche    •  [The Grandeur of the Old Testament]    /   1961
Max Weber   •  The Prophet    /   1962
Martin  Buber   •  The God of the Sufferers    /   1965
Paul Ricoeur   •  The Infinite  Demand  and the Finite
Commandment    /   1970

Historical-Critical Analysis    /   1975 letter and spirit   /   1975
Julius Wellhausen •  [Ordering  the Sources]    /   1975
•  The Oral and the Written  Torah    /   1980
Yehezkel Kaufmann    •  The Torah and Prophecy    /   1984
•  [The Antiquity of the Priestly Writings]    /   1988 legend, history, ideology   /   1989
Hermann Gunkel    •  The Legends of Genesis    /    1989
E. A. Speiser   •  The Biblical Idea of History in Its Common  Near Eastern
Setting    /   1994
Philip R. Davies   •  [Ancient Israel: A Scholarly Fiction]    /   1999 the composition of the pentateuch   /   2004
Gerhard von Rad   •  The Form-Critical Problem  of the
Hexateuch   /   2004
Martin  Noth   •  The Major Themes  of the Tradition  in the Pentateuch and Their Origin    /   2007
Samuel  Sandmel    •  The Haggada Within  Scripture    /   2012
Rolf Rendtorff    •  The ‘Yahwist’ as Theologian?    /   2017
David M. Carr   •  Textuality and Education in Ancient Israel    /   2022 from covenant to canon    /   2028
Moshe Weinfeld   •  [Treaty and Covenant]    /   2028
Moshe Greenberg •   Some Postulates of Biblical Criminal  Law    /   2033
Phyllis A. Bird   •  The Image of Woman in the Old Testament
Laws    /   2039
Joseph Blenkinsopp    •  [Institution and Charisma]    /   2044
Michael  Fishbane •  Inner  Biblical Exegesis    /    2048

Comparative and Literary Approaches    /   2054
Martin  Buber   •  Leitwort Style in Pentateuch Narrative    /   2054
Erich Auerbach    •  Odysseus’ Scar    /   2060
Mary Douglas   •  The Abominations  of Leviticus    /   2066
Robert Alter   •  Characterization and the Art of Reticence    /   2070
Alan Mintz   •  The Rhetoric  of Lamentations    /    2081
Meir Sternberg •   Ideology of Narration and Narration of
Ideology    /   2087
David Damrosch •  Law and Narrative  in the Priestly Work    /   2096
 
Contents   xi

Harold Bloom   •  The Representation of Yahweh   /   2101
James C. Nohrnberg •   Justifying Narrative:  Commentary within Biblical
Storytelling    /   2105
Tikva Frymer-Kensky   •  The Ideology of Gender    /   2109
Jean-Pierre Sonnet    •  From Burial Place to Crossing Book    /   2112

Poems  and Parables    /   2118
Adam lay ybounden    /   2118
George Herbert •  Sion    /   2119
•  The Bunch  of Grapes    /   2120
Robert Herrick   •  The Chewing the Cud    /   2121
Henry Vaughan   •  Religion    /   2121
John Milton   •  [Raphael  Describes  the Work of Creation]    /   2123
Christopher Smart   •  Jubilate Agno (man and beast . . . together)     /    2124
Emily Dickinson    •  “A little East of Jordan”    /   2127
•  “It always felt to me–a wrong”    /   2127
•  “The Soul should always stand ajar”    /   2128
•  “Elijah’s Wagon knew no thill”    /   2128
A. E. Housman •  [Lot’s Wife]    /   2129
Robert Frost   •  The Most of It    /   2129
•  Never Again Would Birds’ Song Be the Same    /   2130
John Hollander •  Adam’s Task    /   2130
Jay Macpherson •  The Beauty of Job’s Daughters    /   2131 metrical psalms    /   2132
Thomas Sternhold •  “The man is blest that hath  not goen” (Psalm 1)    /   2133
Thomas Wyatt   •  “From depth of sin and from a deep despair” (Psalm 130)    /   2134
Philip Sidney   •  “The Lord, the Lord my shepheard is” (Psalm 23)    /   2135
Mary Herbert, Countess of Pembroke    •  “Praise him that ay” (Psalm 117)    /   2136
•  “From depth  of grief ” (Psalm 130)    /   2136
Thomas Carew   •  “Sitting by the streams  that glide” (Psalm 137)    /   2137
Isaac Watts   •  “Our God, our help in ages past” (Psalm 90:1–5)     /   2139 hymns    /   2140
Charles  Wesley   •  Wrestling Jacob    /   2140
John Newton    •  Glorious Things of Thee Are Spoken    /   2142
John Marriott •  Thou, Whose Almighty Word    /   2143 spirituals   /   2144
Every Time I Feel the Spirit    /   2144
Let My People Go    /    2145
Joshua Fit de Battle of Jericho    /   2146
Swing Low, Sweet Chariot    /   2146
 
xii   Contents

Ezekiel Saw the Wheel (1)    /   2147
Ezekiel Saw the Wheel (2)    /   2147
Ezekiel Said There Was a Wheel in a Wheel    /   2148 in prose
Laurence Sterne    •  The History of Jacob, Considered    /   2148
William Blake   •  A Memorable Fancy    /   2153
Herman Melville   •  The Sermon    /   2155
Franz Kafka   •  The Tower of Babel    /   2161
•  Mount  Sinai    /   2161
•  [In the Wilderness]    /   2161
Thomas Mann    •  Jacob Must Journey    /   2162
•  [The Art of Condensation]    /   2164

Two Exemplary Passages  from Genesis    /   2165
the expulsion from the garden (genesis 3)    /   2165
Life of Adam and Eve    /   2165
Philo of Alexandria    /   2167
Irenaeus    /   2169
Ephrem  the Syrian    /   2170
The Hypostasis of the Archons    /   2172
Qur’an    /   2174
Pirke de Rabbi Eliezer    /   2174
Mystère d’Adam   /   2176
John Calvin    /   2180
John Milton    /   2181
Creation (African American folksong)    /   2184
Julius Wellhausen    /   2186
Phyllis Trible    /    2188
Joel Rosenberg    /    2190
Leslie Brisman    /   2195
Franz Kafka    /   2198
the binding of isa ac (genesis 22)   /   2198
Jubilees    /   2199
Epistle to the Hebrews    /   2199
Targum Pseudo-Jonathan    /   2199
Genesis  Rabbah    /   2201
Augustine of Hippo   /   2203
al-Kisa’i   /   2204      
Moses Maimonides   /   2206
John Calvin    /   22   07   
Søren Kierkegaard   /   2210
Franz Kafka   /   2212
Benno Jacob   /   2214
E. A. Speiser   /   2215
Anthony Hec   ht   /   2216
 
Contents   xiii


Part III. On Translation    /   2219

Gerald Hammond •  English Translations of the Bible    /   2219
Survey of English Translations from Wycliff to the Present
•  Genesis 1:1–8    /   2231
•  Psalm 23    /   2244
The Translators to the Readers (Translators’ preface from 1611)    /   2252


DIAGRAMS, CHARTS, TIMELINE,  AND MAPS

The tabernacle    /   159
The wilderness camp    /    254
Temple of Solomon    /   627
Ezekiel’s apportionment of the land and the sacred reserve    /   1519

Traditional  Orders  for the Books in the Hebrew Bible    /   2271
Kings and Prophets of Judah and Israel    /   2272
Ancient Near Eastern  Chronology    /   2273

maps
Relief Map of Palestine in Biblical Times    /   2275
The Ancient Near East    /   2276
Sinai and the Wilderness    /   2278
Tribal Allotments    /   2279
The Kingdom of David and Solomon and the Divided Kingdom    /   2280


Permissions Acknowledgments   /   2265


The English Bible, King James Version
The Old Testament
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The English Bible, King James Version
The New Testament and The Apocrypha
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« Reply #1 on: July 05, 2013, 05:11:58 PM »

Also I think the Kierkergaard bit is from Fear and Trembling
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« Reply #2 on: July 05, 2013, 05:20:39 PM »

Affordable, as well.
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« Reply #3 on: July 05, 2013, 07:29:15 PM »

[my thinking process while reading this thread]

Ok, this looks like a joke...

Strauss? Seriously? Bad move, gave away that he was trolling...

Ok, this is still a great joke though...

Wow, he put a lot of time in this...

Wait...

Wait a second...

This isn't....  . . .  real... ?

This ...   IS .... real?

My dear lord...

No, this can't be....!!!

[goes to site to confirm]

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« Reply #4 on: July 05, 2013, 08:40:21 PM »

If I get one for my priest for a present, I hope he only reads the Gospel readings and skips the annotations.  Wink
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« Reply #5 on: July 06, 2013, 08:37:41 AM »

Affordable, as well.
Yeah, I think that has more to do with it being paperback and the materials.

I have a few Norton Critical editions and I would highly recommend them.
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« Reply #6 on: July 06, 2013, 08:37:41 AM »

[my thinking process while reading this thread]

Ok, this looks like a joke...

Strauss? Seriously? Bad move, gave away that he was trolling...

Ok, this is still a great joke though...

Wow, he put a lot of time in this...

Wait...

Wait a second...

This isn't....  . . .  real... ?

This ...   IS .... real?

My dear lord...

No, this can't be....!!!

[goes to site to confirm]

*mouth agape*


LOL!!!
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« Reply #7 on: July 06, 2013, 08:37:41 AM »

Asteriktos is that what trolling looked like in the 19th century? Impressive considering the reaction it caused.
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« Reply #8 on: July 15, 2013, 09:15:02 AM »

Well, this looks pretty darn cool. Thanks for the heads-up. Unfortunately, if I bring another Bible into the house, especially a two-volume tome, my wife will be very cross with me.
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« Reply #9 on: July 15, 2013, 09:32:55 AM »

Affordable, as well.
Yeah, I think that has more to do with it being paperback and the materials.

I have a few Norton Critical editions and I would highly recommend them.
Tell us what you think once you get it.  The contents look interesting (although I'm not sure if they are for everyone.  It might depend on presentation, although Norton usually does a good job on that).
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« Reply #10 on: July 15, 2013, 10:44:01 AM »

The big question is, does it have sufficient maps for isa to be satisfied?
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« Reply #11 on: July 15, 2013, 10:55:09 AM »

I assume NT w/ Apocrypha means the heretical, non-Christian gnostic texts, rather than the deuterocanonical books of the OT right?
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Philostratus, The Life of Apollonius of Tyana    /   1004
•  [The Birth and Youth of Apollonius]    /   1004
•  [Apollonius Exorcises a Youth and Heals Several People]    /   1006
•  [Apollonius Exorcises Another Youth]   /   1007
•  [Apollonius Calls for the Purification of the Acropolis]    /   1008
 
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•  [Apollonius Raises a Girl from the Dead]    /   1009
•  [Apollonius on Trial Before Emperor  Domitian]    /   1010
•  [Apollonius Rejoins His Friends  after His Miraculous
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•  [Apollonius’s Death,  Ascension, and Continuing
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« Reply #13 on: July 15, 2013, 12:44:00 PM »

The big question is, does it have sufficient maps for isa to be satisfied?
That Bible hasn't been printed yet.
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The big question is, does it have sufficient maps for isa to be satisfied?
That Bible hasn't been printed yet.
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« Reply #15 on: July 15, 2013, 06:50:52 PM »

I just put the order in for the New Testament.

BTW you can preorder the two volumes together on Amazon which will be available in November.

In fact its 36 dollars last I checked for both, if you pre-order.

@Isa anything you want me to tell you specifically?

I'll be posting up pictures once I get it.
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« Reply #16 on: July 15, 2013, 06:50:52 PM »

Also yes this Bible seems to encompass everyone from different traditions. Like Isa alludes to, there would need to be discernment on the works here.
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« Reply #17 on: July 15, 2013, 06:50:52 PM »

I assume NT w/ Apocrypha means the heretical, non-Christian gnostic texts, rather than the deuterocanonical books of the OT right?
Actually its the Apocrphya of the OT.

However it is not the complete Orthodox canon.

In fact, I don't believe there is a KJV translation of the entire canon anyway so it makes sense of it being not included.
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« Reply #18 on: July 15, 2013, 09:37:35 PM »

However it is not the complete Orthodox canon.

In fact, I don't believe there is a KJV translation of the entire canon anyway so it makes sense of it being not included.

This would make sense if there was an agreed-upon Orthodox canon to point to  angel
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