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Jumbled paragraph in Eerdmans Dictionary of Early Judaism


Abram K-J
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See attached shot of "canon" entry. Quite a lot going on in first sentence. The underlining is not mine. And last sentence of paragraph has no end?

 

Haven't checked computer version yet... Anyone have the correct text for this paragraph that they could post here?

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Computer version is the same, per attached. Reported via left-click in computer, too.

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In the print edition of the dictionary, the beginning of the paragraph reads, "Moreover, several parabiblical books were closely related to what we know as the biblical text. In some cases, it is difficult to decide whether a composition is a variant form of a "biblical" book or a different but related work. The text known as 4QReworked Pentateuch (4Q158, 364-367) has been described as a running text..."

 

The sentence fragment that mentions Daniel is not present.

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Thanks! And how does that last sentence in the same paragraph end?

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"... but at least some of these books existed in more than one textual form."

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Thanks for the heads-up. We've updated this module and it should be released sometime over the weekend.

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