Ao doido, doideiras digo

Den Verrückten sage ich nur Verrücktes. Ao doido, doideiras digo.

Inspirado por Guimarães Rosa em Grande Sertão: Veredas, é o que penso que devo dizer destas falas do professor William Dever.

Que falas? As que estão na reportagem Archeology prof takes digs at some fellow academics.

Publicada pelo The Jewish news weekly of Northern California, com data de 1 de junho de 2007.

Se o link eventualmente parar de funcionar neste incerto jornal, confira a presepada do Dever aqui.

Old Testament/Tanakh/Jewish Scriptures?

Em Thoughts on Antiquity se lê no post de Chris Weimer What is the “Old Testament”? o seguinte:

There’s been a little discussion going on about what nomenclature to give what is commonly referred to as the “Old Testament”. Claude Mariottini started the conversation with an article, and like the author of that article, decides on Old Testament as best, partly for theological reasons. Richie at Ecclesiastical Mutt responded with the general advice of keeping things “PC”. Chris Heard responded advocating “Tanakh”. He especially notes (in the comments) that it’s only to be used when specifically referring to the Tanakh (…) Overall, I think Jewish scriptures fits it best.

Claude Mariottini responde hoje a Chris Heard com Old Testament or Tanakh: A Response to Chris Heard.

Gostaria de lembrar que no dia 31 de janeiro de 2006 escrevi: Antigo Testamento/Primeiro Testamento/Bíblia Hebraica/Tanak… que rótulo usar?

Neste post cito e recomendo Tyler F. Williams que, em Codex, escreveu: Old Testament/First Testament/Hebrew Bible/Tanak: What’s in a Name? Quite a Bit Actually!

No contexto da atual discussão, acredito que uma releitura deste post de Tyler Williams poderia ser útil.

Atualizando: 31.05.2007 – 16h00
O próprio Tyler Williams propõe novamente o mencionado post. Argumenta: My position hasn’t changed since my previous post, so I thought I would reprint it here for you all. Também Duane Smith em Abnormal Interests contribui para a discussão com Those Mostly Hebrew Writings.

Resenhas na RBL – 30.05.2007

As seguintes resenhas foram recentemente publicadas pela Review of Biblical Literature:

Jean-Marie Auwers and Églantine Proksch-Strajtmann
Concordance du Siracide: Grec II et Sacra Parallela
Reviewed by Jeremy Corley

Eve-Marie Becker
Das Markus-Evangelium im Rahmen antiker Historiographie
Reviewed by Christine Gerber

Fiona C. Black, ed.
The Recycled Bible: Autobiography, Culture, and the Space Between
Reviewed by Diane M. Sharon

D. A. Carson and Douglas Moo
An Introduction to the New Testament, 2nd edition
Reviewed by John Paul Heil

Patrick J. Hartin
James, First Peter, Jude, Second Peter
Reviewed by Karl-Wilhelm Niebuhr

Joy Philip Kakkanattu
God’s Enduring Love in the Book of Hosea: A Synchronic and Diachronic Analysis of Hosea 11,1-11
Reviewed by Sven Petry

Hans-Christian Kammler
Kreuz und Weisheit: Eine exegetische Untersuchung zu 1 Kor 1,10-3,4
Reviewed by H. H. Drake Williams III

Terrence J. Keegan
First and Second Timothy, Titus, Philemon
Reviewed by I. Howard Marshall

Ralph Klein
1 Chronicles
Reviewed by Gershon Galil

Douglas A. Knight
Rediscovering the Traditions of Israel
Reviewed by Steven L. McKenzie

Bruce J. Malina and John J. Pilch
Social-Science Commentary on the Letters of Paul
Reviewed by Valérie Nicolet Anderson

Bruce Metzger
Apostolic Letters of Faith, Hope, and Love: Galatians, 1 Peter, and 1 John
Reviewed by Timothy Wiarda

Carolyn Osiek and Margaret Y. MacDonald, with Janet H. Tulloch
A Woman’s Place: House Churches in Earliest Christianity
Reviewed by David Parris

Rolf Rendtorff
Leviticus 1,1-10,20
Reviewed by Erhard S. Gerstenberger

F. Scott Spencer
Dancing Girls, Loose Ladies, and Women of the Cloth: The Women in Jesus’ Life
Reviewed by Patrick E. Spencer

R. S. Sugirtharajah, ed.
Voices from the Margin: Interpreting the Bible in the Third World, 3rd edition
Reviewed by Gerald O. West

Phillip Towner
The Letters to Timothy and Titus
Reviewed by Raymond F. Collins

L. L. Welborn and Kathy L. Gaca, eds.
Early Patristic Readings of Romans
Reviewed by Peter Tomson