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Old Testament Textual Criticism: A Practical Introduction (Anglais) Broché – 1 novembre 1993

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A Competent Overview of OT Textual Analysis 5 juin 2013
Par Jason Armold - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This book will serve as an excellent, though brief, introduction to the field of Old Testament Textual Criticism. Required reading at most seminaries, Brotzman's work provides the reader with the foundational knowledge necessary to understand both the historical transmission as well as the modern discipline of interpreting the text of the Hebrew Scriptures.

Brotzman opens his work with a brief, but thorough history of the transmission of the text of the Hebrew Scriptures up to the present, with particular emphasis on the derivation of the Masoretic Text as found in "Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia" (from the Leningrad Codex). Brotzman then provides the reader with a concise overview of the process of evaluating textual variants as found in the apparatus of BHS. Also in this section is a helpful introduction to BHS and its manifold notational idiosyncrasies. A helpful appendix will serve as a welcome reference to the beginning user of BHS.

In the last chapter of the work, Brotzman provides and example of the task of textual criticism through via a walk-through of the textual variants found in the Book of Ruth. Though not meant to be an exhaustive commentary on Ruth, Brotzman interacts with various notable commentators (Hubbard, Sasson, etc) on the book and with the ancient Versions as well (LXX, Peshitta, Vulgate and Medieval MSS).

I personally have given the book four stars out of five as I feel that while an adequate introduction to the discipline of Hebrew Textual criticism, as an introductory text, it assumes some knowledge many readers (particularly at an undergraduate level) may not yet have. It assumes a working knowledge of both Hebrew AND Greek, which although certainly advantageous and critical for the field of exegesis, may not yet be present in the student/reader. It is often the case that Hebrew will be taught before Greek in colleges and seminaries. This quibble aside, I recommend Brotzman's work to all interested in the history and art of Old Testament textual studies. Even a student with little to no knowledge of Hebrew will benefit from the historical and practical instruction of Ellis Brotzman.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 When I was in seminary I took five semesters of ... 19 septembre 2014
Par R. Larry Overstreet - Publié sur Amazon.com
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When I was in seminary I took five semesters of Hebrew, with one being a Th.M. level course. While my professor occasionally mentioned the textual variants of the Old Testament text, he never instructed the classes on how to read the textual appartatus, or the principles of Old Testament textual criticism. This book effectively deals with this issue. Brotzman provides a clear and concise description of the development of writing in the Ancient Near East, and how the Old Testament was transmitted. He gives an overview of ancient versions, discusses the Dead Sea Scrolls, and clearly presents how scribal errors could affect the text. He then precisely details how to do textual criticism applying the principles of both internal and external evidence to identify the correct text. He vividly illustrates the practice of textual criticism by examining forty-two variants in the book of Ruth. This book is a welcome addition to my Old Testament library.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Good intro 8 janvier 2014
Par Paul Rules - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This book is a great introduction. The terms are clearly defined, and important topics are introduced and discussed. It is not completely comprehensive, as the forward identifies. It is meant to be an introduction. It is also helpful in giving a good introduction into reading the BHS notes. It is well written, and easy to read. The footnotes are very helpful for further study.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Practical introduction indeed 4 avril 2007
Par Jaroslav Melgr - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Brotzman does a good job of introducing one to the field of textual criticism (TC) and covering the essential issues and topics. It isn't an all-exhaustive work, but it is not intended to be one.

It's a good introduction and preparation for Tov's book, which should be the next logical step for someone seriously interested in the field of TC of the Hebrew Bible. However, a beginner would probably be overwhelmed by the host of technical terms and jargon used in Tov's book, unless he/she has some foundation to understand the basics, etc. I wouldn't recommend anyone to dive into Tov's book without the understanding of what TC is all about. Brotzman does a good job of that. He not only covers the basics of TC, but he also shows how to apply the principles in practice by providing a TC of the book of Ruth with a helpful commentary.

After reading his book, one can decide whether TC is something they are really interested in after all. If so, Tov is the next logical step. For the people new to the field, Brotzman's book is an inexpensive way to find out what it's all about.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Exploring the Hebrew Text 7 avril 2014
Par Jeffrey Feinberg - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Compact, terse, well written intro to textual critical approaches and the benefits of understanding the "fine print" in the apparatus of BHS4.
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