By Ashley S. Crane
Commentators ordinarily use a textual-critical method in interpreting Hebrew and Greek manuscripts to set up an unique interpreting, often attributing different variations to scribal mistakes. This booklet proposes a complementary-textual comparative technique that treats every one Hebrew and/or Greek manuscript with equivalent price, hearing each one voice as a potential interpretive trajectory. this system is utilized to the recovery of Israel in Ezekiel 36-39, firstly on a micro point interpreting every one verse for intra-linguistic and trans-linguistic versions, usually discovering exegetical purposes for variations. The macro software compares Papyrus 967 with extant manuscripts, discovering the various bankruptcy order and pericope minus (36:23c-38) as a result of theological purposes. This comparative technique can be utilized with any examine facing various manuscripts and versions."