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Bibil Identifier bibil:239248
Publication Type Book
Title (English, Long) Sound Mapping the New Testament
Title (English, Abbreviation) Sound Mapping the New Testament
Author Lee, Margaret Ellen
Author Scott, Bernard Brandon
Year (Publication) 2009
Year (Original (1st Edition)) 2009
Year (Copyright) 2009
Year (Reference) 2009
Library BCU/Dorigny, Lausanne
Signature USA 19423
Department Magasin 3
Publishing house Polebridge Press
Place Salem, Oregon
ISBN 978-1-59815-015-5
Edition number 1
Language English
Pages 406 Pages
height in cm 23
Genre Original
Abstract In the Hellenistic world, writings were read aloud, heard and remembered. But modern exegesis assumes a silent text. According to Margaret Lee & Brandon Scott, the disjuncture between ancient and modern approaches to literature obscures the beauty and meaning in writings such as the New Testament. Further, the structure of a Hellenistic Greek composition derives from its sounds and not from the meaning of its words. Analysis of the sound dimension, they argue, is therefore foundational to interpreting the composition. Sound Mapping the New Testament opens with an exploration of writing technology in the Greco-Roman world. It then turns to Hellenistic literary criticism for descriptions of grammar as a science of sound and literary composition as a woven fabric of speech. Based on these perspectives and a close analysis of writings from the four gospels, Paul, and Q, it advances a theory of sound analysis that will enable modern readers to hear the New Testament afresh.
Keywords Thesaurus BiBIL : Bible (as a whole) : Bible (as a whole) -- Hermeneutics - Methods : Hermeneutics : Orality/Writing
Pericopes Mark 15,25-15,41
Philemon 1
John 20
Luke 2,1-2,20
Matthew 5-7
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