Studia Biblica et ecclesiastica - PDFs
- Everybody will find something interesting here, I think:
Driver, S.R. Recent theories on the origin and nature of the
Tretragrammaton; Woods, F.H. The light thrown by the
Septuagint version on the Books of Samuel., Neubauer, Adolf.
On the dialects spoken in Palestine in the time of Christ;
Edersheim, Alfred. On a new theory of the origin and
composition of the Synoptic Gospels proposed by G. Wetzel;
Sanday, William. A commentary on the Gospels attributed to
Theophilus of Antioch; Sanday, William. The text of the
Codex Rossanensis ([sigma]) Woodsworth, John, Bp. The Corbey
St. James (ff) and its relation to Latin versions, and to
the original language of the Epistle; Gwilliam, G.H. A
syriac Biblical manuscript of the fifth century with special
reference to its bearing on the text of the Syriac version
of the Gospels; Randell, Thomas. The date of S. Polycarp's
martyrdom; Neubauer, Adolf. on some newly-discovered
Temanite and Nabataean inscriptions; Sanday, William. Some
further remarks on the Corbey St. James (ff)-
Neubauer, Adolf. The authorship and titles of the Psalms
according to early Jewish authorities; Woods, F.H. The
origin and mTtual relations of the Synoptic Gospels; Turner,
C.H. The day and year of St. Polycarp's martyrdom; Bigg,
Charles. The Clementine Homilies; Bebb, L.J.M. The evidence
of the early versions and patristic quotations on the text
of the books of the New Testament; Swilliam, G.H. The
Ammonian Sections, Eusebian Canons, and harmonizing tables
in the Syriac Tetraevagelium, with notices of Peshitto and
other MSS. which exhibit these accessories of the text;
White, H.J. The Codex Amiatinus and its birthplace.-
Neubauer, Adolf. The introduction of the square characters
in Biblical MSS., and an account of the earliest MM. of the
Old Testament; Gore, Charles, Bp. The argument of Romans
IXXI; Swilliam, G.H. The materials for the criticism of the
Peshitto New Testament, with specimens of the Syriac
Massorah; Woods, F.H. An examination of the New Testament
quotations of Ephrem Syrus; Rackham, R.B. The text of the
Canons of Ancyra; Sanday, William. The Cheltenham list of
the canonical books of the Old and New Testament and of the
writings of Cyprian.-
Hicks, E.L., Bp. St. Paul and Hellenism; Ramsay, Sir W.M.
The 'Galatia' of St. Paul and the 'Galatic territory' of
Acts; Nicodemus, Gospel of - Acta Pilati; [ed. by] F.C.
Conybeare; Bussell, F.W. The prupose of the world-process
and the problem of evil as explained in the Clementine and
Lactantian writings in a system of subordinate dualism;
Watson, E.W. The style and language of St. Cyprian.-
Wardrop, Margery and Wardrop, J.O., trs. Life of St. Nino;
Lake, Kirsopp, ed. Texts from Mount Athos; Gwilliam, G.H.
The place of the Peshitto version in the apparatus criticus
of the Creek New Testament; Rogers, C.F. Baptism and
Wieland Willker, Bremen, Germany
- For some reason vol. 3 was missing from the set given in the
previous post. Here is vol. 3:
Wieland Willker, Bremen, Germany
Thanks for these links (and for the note about Roger's translation of the missing portion of Chrysostom's sermon). Sometimes I come across materials like this on the internet and think, "This is something that others would like to know about," and later on, having extracted the data-nugget that I was searching for, I forget all about announcing where to find the entrance to the data-mine.
But recently I noticed that Google Books has a feature that might help researchers and students of NTTC publicize and share otherwise obscure and scattered resources. The "My Library" feature looks like it gives the user the ability to bookmark online books and list them all on one convenient page. It also looks like it gives the user the ability to share that list with other users. So link-collections to resources (like the collection of links over at TC-Alternate) won't take much effort to create.
Has anyone here attempted to use the Google Books "My Library" feature? Does it look like something that could be useful to point people to online resources, especially old books?
If so, I should put "Make a NTTC Library" on my to-do list.
Yours in Christ,
James Snapp, Jr.