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Canon, Codex, and Biblical Theory

Canon and Codex. Surely, the alliteration indicates that these ideas are co-extensive, right? Depends on whom one asks. Armin Lange in the same article referenced here… 1,046 more words


The Place of Greek in the Biblical Theory of Epiphanius (Part 3.1)


In the past three posts (Part 1; Part 2.1; Part 2.2) we have been enquiring into the biblical theory of Epiphanius of Salamis; that is, how did Epiphanius conceive of the Bible? 1,393 more words

The Place of Hebrew in the Biblical Theory of Epiphanius (Part 2.1)


In the last post, we saw that Epiphanius adhered to the twenty-two books of the Hebrew canon after the pattern of the twenty-two(-seven) letters of the Hebrew alphabet. 573 more words

The Biblical Theory of Epiphanius (Part 1)


Epiphanius was bishop of Salamis (technically Constantia from the latter half of the fourth century) on the island of Cyprus within the second half of the fourth century (d. 714 more words