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#90) Exploring Intertextuality Pt 1 Between Texts


Timothy Jenney
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Interested in finding parallels, quotes, and allusions in the Bible? This podcast is for you!

 

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Very interesting, Dr J, and useful to non-scholars, too! Thanks.

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You're so welcome, Julie!

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Thanks for this. It raises a question for me about the Comprehensive Cross References module. Can it be used in reverse? By this I mean, for example, Can I use it to identify allusions to OT texts found in the DSS (obviously the non-biblical texts)?

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Hi, Martin!

 

There are "reverse" modules, but only for the following corpora: Apostolic Fathers, Josephus, Philo, and Qumran modules. [i am not sure whether you are including the Qumran material in "DSS" or not.] Another tool you might want to consider for the task you mentioned is the DSS Index: http://www.accordancebible.com/store/details/?pid=DSS+Index. I'll include an appropriate snapshot, so you can see what it offers and compare it to the Qumran Index Cross-references (part of the Comprehensive Cross-references).

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The Qumran Cross-references are part of the Comprehensive Cross-references. The Qumran Index preceded the DSS Index.

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Thanks for catching my error, Helen. I've amended my original post to eliminate it.

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DR. J,

Liked Pt 1. Looking forward to Pt 2 and all Pts beyond :D .

 

Soli Deo Gloria,

Randy

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