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Relations Avec Le Texte Cité Par Justin

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The author tries to present some precision into this survey by bringing it closer to some forms of Greek textual tradition. During the suppression of the insurrectional movement of Ben Kosibah, Justin complained to the Jew Tryphon the attitude of the contemporary rabbinate with regard to the venerable Septuagint version. Justin says bluntly that it is to remove a key weapon in Christian propaganda that the rabbis and the prophecies falsified by deleting many passages that suggested too much the figure of Jesus Christ. Justin claims in several cases give face to face examples of the traditional interpretation of the Septuagint and that of the contemporary rabbis. It is often very long innumerable quotations from Fort various biblical books, we have retained samples of the current Greek text in Orthodox Jewish circles of the early second century. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: biblical text; Greek text; Jews; Justin; Septuagint

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