REVIEWS The Septuagint Bible. The Oldest Text of the Old Testament in the Translation of Charles Thomson, Secretary of the Continental Congress o f the United States of America, 1774-1789, as Edited, Revised and Enlarged by C. A. Muses M.A., Ph. D. (Columbia). Second Edition. The Falcon's Wing Press, Indian Hills, Colorado, 1960. XXVI, 1428 pp. In this periodical, vol. XI (1957), pp. 114/115, I have reviewed the first edition of Dr. Muses's both useful and accurate re-edition of Thomson's English translation of the Septuagint Bible. There are only two things which I have to add about the second edition. The first is that in the Preface to this edition Dr. Muses precises his view about the Letter of Aristeas ("We do not hold the view, as do the Masoretic apologists and some others that Aristeas was merely a Jewish propagandist ... Despite our thorough and enthusiastic concurrence with every principal thesis of Dr. Paul Kahle's rich scholarly work, we rather hold with St.-Thackery in this question of the evaluation of Aristeas' testimony on the straightforward basis of actual available fact"). The second is that the author, basing himself on the second edition (Oxford, 1959) of Kahle's ?nagnum
Vigiliae Christianae – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1961
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