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Ancient Greek Dialects

Ancient Greek Dialects Heinrich von Siebenthal, Ancient Greek Grammar for the Study of the Greek New Testament (2019), Peter Lang Pp. x-xxii; 1-738, reviewed by Darrell Sutton The study of ancient Greek grammar is a specialism requiring particular powers of … Continue reading

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The Epistle to the Romans, Part IV

The Epistle to the Romans, Part IV by Darrell Sutton Literacy in the ancient Greco-Roman Republic was more widespread than in some other civilizations. Oxyrhynchus papyri-texts are extant and confirm that assertion. Depending on the writings one studied, the culture … Continue reading

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The Epistle of Paul to the Romans, Part III

THE EPISTLE OF PAUL TO THE ROMANS, PART III [i] By Darrell Sutton In the study of ancient Christian texts students are obliged to investigate wider settings such as social and cultural histories and imperial policies. The text of Romans fascinates … Continue reading

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The New Oxford Annotated Bible

The New Oxford Annotated Bible 5thedition, Oxford University Press, fully revised and expanded, NRSV with Apocrypha. Pp. xxiii, 2416, ISBN: 978-0190276096. $95.00., reviewed by Darrell Sutton When Early Modern English was becoming the vernacular speech, Edward VI (1537-1553) removed restrictions … Continue reading

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Statius’ Silvae

Statius’ Silvae Specifics regarding the life of Publius Papinius Statius (c.45 AD-96 AD) are for the most part derived from material in the Silvae. Scholars believe that Statius’ biography is recoverable. Perhaps, but most scholarly conclusions are of the speculative … Continue reading

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Postscript on St Paul’s “Anti-Semitism”

Postscript on St Paul’s “anti-Semitism” by Darrell Sutton In two previous papers I introduced a letter of the Apostle Paul to Christians in Rome. The letter was written in the first century AD. Some of the recipients may have been … Continue reading

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The Epistle to the Romans, Part 2

The Epistle to the Romans, Part 2 translated by Darrell Sutton  INTRODUCTION In a previous QR posting on October 10, 2017, I published some preliminary remarks on Paul’s Letter to the Romans. Those comments consisted of prefatory matter for a … Continue reading

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The Revision, Revised Again

The Revision, Revised Again THE GREEK NEW TESTAMENT, eds., D. Jongkind, P. J. Williams et al., produced at Tyndale House, Cambridge; published by Crossway and Cambridge University Press (2017), Pp. 526 I Every critical Greek New Testament must satisfy two … Continue reading

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No Secular Heavens Here

No Secular Heavens Here Manilius’ Astronomica and the Poetics of 4. 1-11, by Darrell Sutton Lucretius (99BC-55BC) penned an atheistic poem entitled De Rerum Natura (DRN). Its Latin text contains poetry of a high order. In the world of DRN, … Continue reading

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Epistle to the Romans, part 1

Epistle to the Romans, part 1 A new translation by Darrell Sutton of Paul’s timeless text Introduction October 31, 1517 was a fateful day in early-modern German history. For it was on that date that Martin Luther (1483-1546) published his … Continue reading

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