Click here to get the answers to the most commonly asked RBL questions.

Review of Biblical Literature Blog

Text, Translation, Theology: Selected Essays on the Hebrew Bible
Albrektson, Bertil

Burlington Vt.: Ashgate, 2010 pp. xii + 142. $89.95

Series Information
Society for Old Testament Studies Monographs


Description: Text, translation, theology - the three nouns in the title indicate the main fields of Old Testament study which are covered in this collection of essays. Text refers both to the history of biblical texts and to problems of textual criticism. Translation of the Hebrew Bible as a philological task is a central subject in several essays. Theology does not define what the essays are but what some of them are about: religious ideologies are objects of enquiry. Bertil Albrektson gathers together a selection of his essays, some of which have become classics, which were written on separate occasions and published in different, sometimes rather remote, places. They cover more than four decades of research, and for the first time they are now brought together in this accessible volume.

Subjects: Bible, Hebrew Bible/Old Testament, Literature

Login to Read the Review(s)

You must be a member of SBL to read the review(s). Enter your SBL Member ID and click the "Log in" button. Your use of this site indicates your acceptance of RBLís Terms of Use.

I donít remember my SBL Member ID.

Join SBL or renew your membership to read the review(s).



SBL Membership Id:  


Review by Corrado Martone
Published 1/13/2011
Citation: Corrado Martone, review of Bertil Albrektson, Text, Translation, Theology: Selected Essays on the Hebrew Bible, Review of Biblical Literature [http://www.bookreviews.org] (2011).


Adobe Acrobat Reader
All RBL reviews are published in PDF format. To view these reviews, you must have downloaded and installed the FREE version of Adobe Acrobat Reader. If you do not have the Reader or you have an older version of the Reader, you can download the most recent version now.

 

 
Privacy PolicyTerms of UseContact Us