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By Yuhanna Dolabani
 

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Buy this book together with The Bible in the Syriac Tradition (English Version) by Sebastian Brock
This book, written in Arabic, is a spiritual guide for women.  Compiled by Yuhanna Dolabani, former bishop of Mardin, it gives an account of selected Old and New Testament women.  Each account offers a biography and spiritual commentary which are intended to inspire contemplation.  Written in Arabic.+This is a basic introduction to the various Syriac translations of the Bible and the ways in which they were used in the Syriac tradition. After an initial discussion of the general problems of biblical translation, the different surviving Syriac translations are outlined, as well as biblical manuscripts, lectionaires, printed editions, and translations.  A reception history of the Syriac Bible covers the ways in which it has been interpreted, the commentary tradition, its use in preaching, in liturgy, and in spirituality. An appendix offers some comparative samples (in translation) to illustrate some of the differences between the different Syriac translations.Save $11.25
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Publisher:Bar Hebraeus Verlag
 
This book, written in Arabic, is a spiritual guide for women. Compiled by Yuhanna Dolabani, former bishop of Mardin, it gives an account of selected Old and New Testament women. Each account offers a biography and spiritual commentary which are intended to inspire contemplation.Written in Arabic.


Women of the Bible [al-aktab]
By Yuhanna Dolabani
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