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This bibliography section presents a list of reference articles and books with relevant to the discussion on Investigation of biblical textual variants, both between Hebrew and Greek and within each language, has traditionally been done with a view to determining an ?original' Hebrew text (Urtext) or at least deciding on the ?better' reading. Commentators have an interest in establishing a ?critical' text as the basis for their commentaries. Our purpose, however, is to demonstrate a different approach, which aims to treat each manuscript with equal value, whether Hebrew or Greek, listening to its voice as a clue to an interpretative trajectory. We have chosen Ezekiel 36-39 as a basis for investigation as it contains various events through which the prophet envisaged that post-exilic Israel would go, as part of her restoration to the future God had in store for them.

Keywords: biblical textual variants; Ezekiel; God; Hebrew text

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