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Daniel Gurtner

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This paper examines Mark's use of Jewish temple cosmology as a means of interpreting the rending of the temple's veil in 15:38. Profiling the relationship between the temple veil and the heavenly firmament (Gen. 1:6) in Second Temple and Rabbinic literature, this paper explores apocalyptic images, such as the opening of heaven, doors, etc., to inform a contextual reading of the tearing of the temple curtain. It argues that the veil belongs within an apocalyptic tradition providing an exposition of the death of Jesus. This helps us understand the nature of the centurion's profession subsequent to the tearing of the veil.

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Exodus

A Commentary on the Greek Text of Codex Vaticanus

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Daniel Gurtner

Exodus: A Commentary on the Greek Text of Codex Vaticanus is the first comprehensive commentary on the Septuagint in English. An introduction orients readers to the study of LXX Exodus and the manuscript of Codex Vaticanus. This is followed by a presentation of the text of Vaticanus opposite a fresh translation. In the commentary proper, Gurtner examines literary features of the Greek of Exodus in general as well as features particular to the text of Vaticanus. Some comparisons are made with other Greek traditions of Exodus in addition to translational features of Exodus with respect to its Vorlage.
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Daniel Gurtner

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This article argues καταπɛτασμα in the NT (Mt. 27:51a, Mk. 15:38, Lk. 23:45, Hb. 6:19, 9:3, 10:20) is best identified as the inner veil before the holy of holies based on syntactical evidence from their LXX sources.

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Daniel M. Gurtner

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