2 edition of John James Wettstein, 1693-1754 found in the catalog.
John James Wettstein, 1693-1754
C. L. Hulbert-Powell
by Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge for the Church Historical Society in London
Written in English
|Statement||foreword by the Bishop of Truro.|
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|Pagination||xii, 324 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||324|
Johann Wettstein () caused great controversy in his textual studies arguing that most of the early Greek New Testament texts used to demonstrate the divinity of Christ were, in fact, altered in order to exhibit the doctrine in conformity to the Latin Vulgate. School of Theology Boston University 2, K A translation, in English daily used, of the Peshito-Syriac text, and of the received Greek text, of Hebrews, James, 1 Peter, and 1 John: with an introduction on the Peshito-Syriac text, and the revised Greek text of
John Mill (–) Johann Albrect Bengel (–) Johann Jakob Wettstein (–) Johann Semler () Johann Jakob Griesbach (–) Karl Lachmann (–) Constantin von Tischendorf (–) Scholz Gaussen B F Westcott & F J A Hort Summary Bibliography Classical scholar who treated the Bible like any other book. JOHANN BENGEL (). German churches of his day charged him with heresy against the Scriptures. JOHANN WETTSTEIN (). Charged with Arian and Socinian heresies. KARL LACHMANN (), German rationalist. Lachmann treated the Bible as a mere book. JOHANN .
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Get this from a library. John James Wettstein, an account of his life, work, and some of his contemporaries. [Charles Lacy Hulbert-Powell; Church Historical Society (Great Britain); Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge (Great Britain)].
Johann Jakob Wettstein J.J. Wetstein () Commentaries and annotations on the Holy Scriptures ( ; Five Volumes By John Hewlett) "Our Lord, whose second coming was the destruction of Jerusalem" " For a biography of Wettstein see C.L.
Hulbert-Powell, John James Wettstein (): An Account of his Life, Work, and some of his Contemporaries (London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, ). Weymouth, John James Wettstein An Account of His Life, Work and Some of His Contemporaries C.L.
Hulbert-Powell Published by Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, London (). Returning to Johann Jakob Wettstein (), we find him spending long hours in the University library. His being aware that the man U scripts contain different readings was an act of bravery on his part when he spoke out in the thesis, attacking those who made the claim that any textual scholar attempting to alter the existing text of the Greek New Testament.
Schweizer reformierter Theologe, Feldprediger im Schweizerregiment de Chambrier in Holland, danach im Basler Kirchendienst: Gemeiner Helfer, Helfer zu St. Leonhard; wegen Heterodoxie "stillgelegt" u.
am abgesetzt ("Wettsteinhandel"); fand Aufnahme bei den Remonstranten in Amsterdam, zunächst als Prof. der Philosophie. Johann J, Wettstein () discovered that a different ink by a larger hand put over a couple of Greek letters with 1693-1754 book bleeding a horizontal mark in one of the letters gave the lie to the version, according to Ehrman of the version of 1 Tim.
that "had long been used by advocates of orthodox theology to support the view that the New. Book publisher Joseph Johnson () helped establish the foundation for Unitarianism and theological rationalism in England and America.
Johnson published the works of Joseph Priestly, William Wordsworth, William Beckford, Richard Price, Theophilus Lindsey, William Godwin, Thomas Paine, John Horne Tooke, Samuel T. Coleridge, and other. Before book printing was invented in the 15th century, all books had to be copied by hand.
This system was introduced in the middle of the 18th century by the German scholar Johann Jakob Wettstein (). the titles of the general letters give the name of their authors, James, Peter, John, and Jude.
This is a list of notable Christian are listed by century. If a particular theologian crosses over two centuries, he or she may be listed in the latter century or in the century with which he or she is best identified. n.6). Every user of the book will make his own anthology of favourite passages; mine would certainly include the discussions of Dorat (pp and n.7) and H.
Stephanus, 'a great adventurer in the field of Greek scholarship' (p). A book that is as certain as this one to be widely bought and consulted can. On Wettstein, see C. Hulbert-Powell, John James Wettstein – (London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge ); see also the references to Newton in Wettstein’s edition of the Greek New Testament, 2 vols (Amsterdam, –2), 1: ; 2: For his contacts with Jackson and others, see Bibliotheek van de Universiteit Cited by: 1.
John James Wettstein An Account of his Life, Work, and some of the Contemporaries Society for Prom Chr Knowl. xii, pp. No dustwrapper. Hardback. Very Good HULBERT-POWELL, C L More details. Johann Jakob Wettstein. Also Known As Johannes Jacobus Wetstenius, Joannis Jacobi Wetstenii, J.J.
Wetstein. – “I will bring all the attention and accuracy possible; that’s what you can count on.” / Quale in hoc genere literarum requiritur, in incertum movendo, nihil reportarem nisi oculos hebetes, e animumque ad alia studia.
JOHANN JAKOB WETTSTEIN () was a textual scholar who collated manuscripts and published a Greek New Testament.
When he first published a specimen of his textual criticism inhe was charged with Arian and Socinian heresy (pertaining to the denial of the Trinity and the deity of Christ) and he was eventually expelled from the.
J J Wettstein (), despite the fame which he achieved, made a much lesser contribution to textual criticism. He remained rather in the line of the great men of learning of the previous period, though he carried on the fight with more energy and more persistence.
The King-James-Version-Only advocates are John William Burgon (–), E. Scrivener (–), Edward Miller (–), and Edward F. Hills (–). The King James version Onlyist love to uses these men's tired arguments in their defense of the corrupt Textus Receptus and the King James Version. Hills' work The King James Version.
'Aufklärung durch Philologie'. The Contribution of Johann Jakob Wettstein () to the Exegesis of the Acts of the Apostles (01/02/ - 01/02/) Co-promotor. A pagan perspective on the importance of models for the pursuit of perfection and the therapy of the soul: the case of Plutarch of Chaeronea (01/10/ - 01/10/).
Active in the translation of the New King James Version. John Fell. Housman was, however, a textual critic of note, publishing an edition of Marcus Manilius () and various essays which are at once highly influential and, for the most part, readable.
For example, Semler’s mentor J. J. Wettstein (–) argued that Bezae’s Greek text had been systematically adapted to readings from at least two Latin traditions.
Commenting on the scribe’s introduction of divergent text forms from the Latin, Wettstein writes.The book of world-famous music: classical, popular, and folk by James J. Fuld: The Cambridge Companion to Bach by John Butt: The Cello Suites: J.
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