By Hans-Josef Klauck
This publication is absolutely readable. it's very good if you need to know extra concerning the situations for the duration of the hot testomony. It can provide additionally a few very good options approximately every thing approximately letters - rather very fascinating!
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1) 176–78; J. L. White, Light from Ancient Letters (Bib. 1) 184–85; M. Trapp, Greek and Latin Letters (Bib. 1) 118–19; see below Exercise 46. Pap. I 93), we read: eij e[rrwsai, eu\ a]n e[coi: e[rrwmai de; kai; ejgwv, “If you are well, it would be excellent; I too am well”—the exact equivalent of the Latin. Pap. I 99 [154 BCE]; cf. White, Light from Ancient Letters, 73). Pap. I 88 [257 BCE]). 12 But uJgiaivnein also occurs at the conclusion of letters, and begins precisely from the first century CE onward to move more frequently into the letter opening.
The preference of eu\ pravttein over caivrein is explicitly discussed at the start of Epistle 3. 14. Text in R. D. Hicks, Diogenes Laertius: Lives of the Eminent Philosophers, LCL, 2 vols. (1925) 1:330–31; 2:542–43. 34–35, 83–84, and 121a–122 respectively, where the greeting is the standard caivrein. See further on Epicurus below, chap. 4, sec. 1. Oxy. I 115 (pp. 181–82, with translation), letter from Eirene to Taonnophris and Philo (II CE). Text and translation also in A. Standard Letter Components 21 plete prescripts, when and where they occur, can be a sign that the document is a draft or a copy.
Colossians 43. The Pastoral Letters 44. Philemon 45. The Collection of the Pauline Letters 46. Hebrews 47. James 48. 1 Peter 49. 1 John 50. Jude 300 304 308 311 315 317 320 322 328 330 334 337 339 342 344 List of Bibliographies xxxi 51. The Collection of the Catholic Letters 52. Revelation 346 349 Chapter 8: New Testament Letters II 53. 1 Thessalonians: Commentaries 54. 1 Thessalonians: Studies 55. 1 Thessalonians: Epistolary Analysis 56. 1 Thessalonians: Partition Theories? 57. 1 Thessalonians: Rhetorical Analysis 58.
Ancient Letters and the New Testament: A Guide to Context and Exegesis by Hans-Josef Klauck