By George W.E. Nickelsburg
Created together with an exhaustive serious observation, this can be the single English translation of one Enoch that takes under consideration the entire textual facts now to be had within the Ethiopic model, the Greek texts, and the lifeless Sea Aramaic fragments. for the reason that simply the 1st of 2 Hermeneia remark volumes is now to be had, this ebook presents an vital translation of the full paintings
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1 Of necessity, the Ethiopic version is our base text, although we have used the Greek where it is available and provides better readings and gives a better sense of the original Aramaic. We have systematically consulted the Aramaic; however, the fragmentary state of these manuscripts, which contain few whole sentences, makes it difficult to employ them in a sustained way. We have also referred to the fragmentary Coptic, Latin, and Syriac evidence. The textual evidence has been presented differently in the various sections of the translation.
Contemplate all these works, and understand that he who lives for all the ages made all these works. 2/ And his works take place from year to year, and they all carry out their works for him, and their works do not alter, but they all carry out his word. 3 Observe how, in like manner, the sea and the rivers carry out and do not alter their works from his words. 4 But you have not stood firm nor acted according to his commandments; but you have turned aside, you have spoken proud and hard words with your unclean mouth against his majesty.
Extended introduction, translation and critical apparatus, and detailed critical commentary on all of 1 Enoch except the Book of Parables and Book of the Luminaries Nickelsburg, George W E. Jewish Literature Between the Bible and the Mishnah: A Historical and Literary Introduction. Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1981. Introduction to the various parts of 1 Enoch Nickelsburg, George W E. ” In Anchor Bible Dictionary, 6:137-50. Edited by D. N. Freedman. New York: Doubleday, 1992. Son of man in the Hebrew Bible, 1 Enoch, and the New Testament Tigchelaar, E.
1 Enoch: A New Translation; Based on the Hermeneia Commentary by George W.E. Nickelsburg