By Georg Walser
This remark on Greek Jeremiah relies on what's most definitely the easiest entire manuscript, specifically Codex Vaticanus. the unique textual content is gifted uncorrected and the paragraphs of the manuscript itself are applied. the interpretation into English on dealing with pages is intentionally literal so that it will provide the fashionable reader a touch of the impact the Greek translation may have made on an historic reader. the aim of the observation is to supply a dialogue of the Greek textual content of Jeremiah in its personal correct. accordingly references to the Vorlage are just made to give an explanation for peculiarities within the Greek textual content.
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Repent or Be Punished (:–:) A voice of bewailing and of supplication was heard from the lips of the sons of Israel, for they have wronged in their ways, they have forgotten their holy GOD. ’ ‘See, we will be your slaves, for you are LORD our GOD. Truly, the hills and the power of the mountains have become into a lie. Only, by LORD our GOD is the salvation of Israel. But the shame has consumed the labours of our fathers from our youth, their sheep and their calves and their sons and their daughters.
And LORD said to me, ‘From face of the north the evil will flame up on all the inhabitants of the land, for see, I will call together all the kingdoms from the north of the earth,’ says LORD, ‘and they will text and translation (:–:) κα σουσιν καστοσ τ ν ρ νον α το π τ πρ υρα τ ν πυλ ν Ιερουσαληµ κα π π ντα τ τε χη τ κ κλω α τ σ κα π π σασ τ σ π λεισ Ιουδα κα λαλ σω πρ σ α το σ µετ κρ σεωσ περ π σησ τ σ κακ ασ α τ ν σ νκατ λιπ ν µε κα υσαν εο σ λλοτρ οισ κα προσεκ νησαν το σ ργοισ τ ν χειρ ν α τ ν κα σ περ ζωσε τ ν σφ ν σου κα ν στη ι κα ε π ν π ντα σα ν ντε λωµα σοι µ φοβη σ π προσ που α τ ν µηδ πτοη σ ναντ ον α τ ν τι µετ σο ε µι το ξαιρε σ α σε λ γει κσ δο τ εικ σε ν τ σ µερον µ ρα σ π λιν χυρ ν κα σ τε χοσ χαλκο ν χυρουν π σιν το σ βασιλε σιν Ιουδα κα το σ ρχουσιν α το κα τ λα τ σ γ σ κα πολεµ σουσ ν σε κα ο µ δ νωνται πρ σ σ δι τι µετ σο γ ε µι το ξαιρε σ α σε ε πεν κσ : κα ε πεν τ δε λ γει κσ µν σ ην λα ουσ νε τητ σ σου κα γ πησ τελει σεωσ α το ξακολου σα σε τ γ ω Ισραηλ λ γει κσ γιοσ Ισραηλ τ κω ρχ γενηµ των α το π ντεσ ο σ οντεσ α τ ν πληµµελ σουσιν κακ ξει π α το σ φησ ν κσ .
V#çà Acts : µετ τα τα ναστρ ψω There is not much resemblance between the quotation in Acts and the text in Jeremiah. This is true of both the Hebrew and the Greek text of Jeremiah. Even the verb has another prefix in the NT, ναστρ ψω, than in LXX, πιστρ ψω, (though some MSS of the Septuagint have ναστρ ψω and one MS, D, has πιστρ ψω in the NT). It is hard to see how a reader of Acts could have taken this text as a quotation from Jeremiah, had it not been that James explicitly states that it is a quotation: introduction Acts :– πεκρ η Ι κωβοσ λ γων· … κα το τω συµφωνο σιν ο λ γοι τ ν προφητ ν κα σ γ γραπται … : ζ γ λ γει κ ριοσ MT äåäéí%àð éðàéç Rom.