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Septuagint

(2,425 words)

Author(s): Stanley E. Porter
Abstract The Septuagint is an unstructured corpus of sacred writings for Jews and early Christians dating from the 3rd c. BCE to the turn of the millennia, comprising both ancient Hebrew works translated into Koine Greek and works originally written in Greek. The resulting corpus of original and translated Koine Greek encompasses a complex variety of interlingual translational techniques, as well as varying genres or text-types and registers. The Septuagint is an unstructured corpus of sacred writings for Jews and early Christians, comprising both ancient Hebrew works translated…
Date: 2013-11-01

New Testament

(2,188 words)

Author(s): Stanley E. Porter
Abstract The New Testament is an unstructured corpus of twenty-seven books, written primarily during the late 1st c. CE in a variety of Koine Greek, and reflects several different genres or text-types and registers. The New Testament is an unstructured corpus of twenty-seven books, written primarily during the late 1st c. CE (and by some accounts into the early 2nd c.), and canonized as a body of religious documents by the Christian church sometime between the 2nd and 4th c. CE. All of the books of the New Testament are written in a variety of Koine Greek, by a variety of authors.…
Date: 2013-11-01

Founder / Foundation

(1,599 words)

Author(s): Stanley E. Porter
Abstract: There have been various efforts to explain the origin of religions.  One approach has been to seek the common origin of religions. That approach has often been tied to an evolutionary view …
Date: 2014-09-16