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from The Century Dictionary.

  • Relating to or of the nature of a redaction.

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Examples

  • As I went about with business as usual, teaching the Synoptic Gospels from a feminist, narrative, historical or redactional criticism ...

    Karen Torjesen: Feminist Theology In The 21st Century

  • As I went about with business as usual, teaching the Synoptic Gospels from a feminist, narrative, historical or redactional criticism ...

    Karen Torjesen: Feminist Theology In The 21st Century

  • And Meyers is aware of this, pointing out, for instance, that the "parables" of final judgment are found largely in Matthew's Gospel and seem to reflect that author's redactional and compositional activity p.54.

    Review of Robin Meyers, Saving Jesus From The Church

  • And Meyers is aware of this, pointing out, for instance, that the "parables" of final judgment are found largely in Matthew's Gospel and seem to reflect that author's redactional and compositional activity p.54.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • And Meyers is aware of this, pointing out, for instance, that the 'parables' of final judgment are found largely in Matthew's Gospel and seem to reflect that author's redactional and compositional activity p.54.

    Review of Robin Meyers, Saving Jesus From The Church

  • The name of the blog has long puzzled redaction critics, but if one poses that it arose from inept redactional activity, then the puzzle can be given a plausible solution.

    On The Trail Of NT Wrong, Part 5

  • But when it comes to the identity of the ecclesiastical redactor, the one ultimately responsible for the final form of the NT Wrong blog which, from the perspective of literary-critical blog-reading, is all that matters, then who else could be at once so ecclesiastical and so redactional as Chris Tilling?

    On The Trail Of NT Wrong, Part 5

  • The first chapter, by Timothy Lim, is devoted to the place of Deuteronomy in Second-Temple Judaism, and begins with the redactional, compositional, and textual history of Deuteronomy, reminding us that we too readily assume that reference to "Deuteronomy" indicated a text the wording of which was precisely fixed.

    Review of Deuteronomy in the New Testament, edited by Steve Moyise and Maarten J. J. Menken

  • This raises the question of the sources and historical value of the stories in the body of the book, which, as we have seen, are very easily separated from the redactional elements.

    Introduction to the Old Testament

  • This redactional element, which, to any one fresh from the study of

    Introduction to the Old Testament

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