BOOK NOTES 1.) The second volume to appear in Hans Hübner’s series Vetus Testamentum in Novo is I,2 Evangelium Johannis (Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2003), xxiv + 581 pp. ISBN 3525501099. 82 Euros. The ﬁ rst volume on the Pauline letters, published in 1997, was reviewed fully in NovT xl (1998), pp. 101-2. The plan, announced in 1997, was that volume I would contain the Gospel and Acts. It was later agreed with the publishers that that volume would be divided into two parts, of which we now have the second. Part 1, given over to the Synoptic Gospels and Acts, is said to appear in 2004; volume III on the Catholic Epistles and Revelation (and, presumably, Hebrews?) should be published in 2005 “at the latest” (Preface). As before, each page of text contains four columns, the NT (from Nestle 27th edition, except in a few cases where its text-critical judgements have not been accepted), the LXX (mainly from Rahlfs except where the Göttingen editions were available), the Masoretic text (now pointed, which had not been pos- sible in the earlier volume), and “Alia” = other cross-references and various notes. This spacious lay out is commendable. The information
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