Linguistics and the Bible : retrospects and prospects /
|Meeting name:||H.H. Bingham Colloquium in New Testament (20th : 2016 : McMaster Divinity College)|
|Imprint:||Eugene, Oregon : Pickwick Publications, |
|Description:||xii, 260 pages : illustrations, charts ; 23 cm.|
|Series:||McMaster New Testament studies series ; volume 9|
McMaster New Testament studies.
|Subject:||Bible. -- New Testament -- Language, style -- Congresses.|
Bible. -- New Testament.
Greek language, Biblical -- Grammar -- Congresses.
Greek language, Biblical -- Grammar.
Conference papers and proceedings.
|URL for this record:||http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/11959205|
Table of Contents:
- Introduction: A retrospect and some prospects / Stanley E. Porter, Christopher D. Land, and Francis G. H. Pang
- Part 1: Linguistics
- 1. Linguistics and Biblical studies: An ongoing journey / Randall K. J. Tan
- 2. The past, present, and future of the Opentext.Org annotated Greek corpus / Christopher D. Land and Francis G. H. Pang
- 3. Clause structuring and transitivity: Advantages of OpenText.org and its prospects / Chris S. Stevens
- 4. The future of New Testament Lexicography: Remodeling relational semantics and conponential analysis through distibutional corpus analysis / Ryder A. Wishart
- 5. The limits of linguistics: Subjectivity, metaphysics, and the interpretive enterprise / David J. Fuller
- Part 2: Translation and Exegesis
- 6. Key terms, the lexicon, and how languages accommodate translation / Scott Berthiaume
- 7. The human one? A controversial CEB translation choice / Cynthia Long Westfall
- 8. What is the relationship between exegesis and our views of Greek, or Vice Versa? / Stanley E. Poerter
- 9. The benefits of being an "Outsider": Mark 4:12 as an epexegetic ? clause / Mark Proctor
- 10. What the church should do to the sexually immoral man: Examining the ideational meaning of 1 Corinthians 5 / Esther G. Cen.