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The Economy of Texts

“What’s an apparatus, and who would want one?” Most modern Bible translations of the Bible are based on the modern critical text(s). The standard text of the Bible is an ‘eclectic’ manuscript. That is, it isn’t a simple reproduction of … Continue reading

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God and Grammar

The link between grammar and theology is so strong in medieval thought that the treatment of the problem of the Supreme Being cannot be understood without reference to grammatical categories. In this sense, despite the occasional polemics of theologians opposed … Continue reading

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