Lc 2 49 and Targum Yerushalmi

Lc 2 49 and Targum Yerushalmi by Paul Winter (16, Clifton Road, London W. 9) An attempt to determine whether the Third Evangelist in his narrative of the birth and childhood of Jesus used Palestinian sources that were ultimately derived from Hebrew or Aramaic originals, or whether he composed the story himself while modelling his style on, and liberally ad pting the phraseology of, the Greek Old Testament, cannot be based solely on the strength of lexical and philological grounds. It has been observed of the Third Evangelist's personal style that it "is never so totally wanting as to prove alien origin for a passage, and is never so pervasive as to exclude the possibility that a written source existed, although the source be no longer capable of detection by any residual difference of style' *l. An analysis of the narrative in Lc ch. 1. 2, for the purpose of reaching conclusions about the author, or authors, responsible for this narrative, requires besides lexical investigation a careful and detailed examination of questions pertaining to the general outlook on life, social conventions and traditions in the widest sense, ideology and folklore, that characterise the Nativity and Infancy Stories. In this respect, the pericope Lc 24i-5ia http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Zeitschrift für die Neutestamentliche Wissenschaft und die Kunde der Älteren Kirche de Gruyter

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de Gruyter
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Copyright © 2009 Walter de Gruyter
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0044-2615
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1613-009X
DOI
10.1515/zntw.1954.45.1.145
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by Paul Winter (16, Clifton Road, London W. 9) An attempt to determine whether the Third Evangelist in his narrative of the birth and childhood of Jesus used Palestinian sources that were ultimately derived from Hebrew or Aramaic originals, or whether he composed the story himself while modelling his style on, and liberally ad pting the phraseology of, the Greek Old Testament, cannot be based solely on the strength of lexical and philological grounds. It has been observed of the Third Evangelist's personal style that it "is never so totally wanting as to prove alien origin for a passage, and is never so pervasive as to exclude the possibility that a written source existed, although the source be no longer capable of detection by any residual difference of style' *l. An analysis of the narrative in Lc ch. 1. 2, for the purpose of reaching conclusions about the author, or authors, responsible for this narrative, requires besides lexical investigation a careful and detailed examination of questions pertaining to the general outlook on life, social conventions and traditions in the widest sense, ideology and folklore, that characterise the Nativity and Infancy Stories. In this respect, the pericope Lc 24i-5ia

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Zeitschrift für die Neutestamentliche Wissenschaft und die Kunde der Älteren Kirchede Gruyter

Published: Jan 1, 1954

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