Five Takeaways from Septuaginta: A Reader’s Edition

By Tirzah Frank, Assistant Editor Ordinarily, I’d write this post about how the Septuagint is important, how the reader’s edition will help students of New Testament Greek expand their Koine horizons, and how excited I personally am for this opportunity to explore more Greek. However, Ross and Lanier have been doing a great job covering … Continue reading Five Takeaways from Septuaginta: A Reader’s Edition

Why Did We Choose Rahlfs-Hanhart as the Basis for this Reader’s Edition?

Originally posted on Septuaginta: A Reader's Edition:
One of the first decisions we faced in scoping out this project was this: which Greek text should we use? There were essentially four options on the table: H. B. Swete’s ‘smaller’ Cambridge edition from the late 1800s–early 1900s Brooke/McLean/Thackeray’s ‘larger’ Cambridge critical edition The semi-critical Septuaginta…