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B. Lightfoot, On a Fresh Revision of the English New Testament, 2nd edn, rev. (New York, 1873). I am indebted here, and in the following illustration, to Professor Ward Allen, who first drew my attention to this passage. E. W. Bullinger, Figures of Speech Used in the Bible (London, 1898; reprinted, 1968, 1990) p. 856. Peter Levi, The English Bible 1534-1859 (London, 1974). Kenneth Grayston, 'Confessions of a Biblical Translator', New Universities Quarterly, vol. 33, no. 3 (Summer 1979) p. 287. J.

29 The letters utilise apologetic rhetoric which recounts and defends specific behaviour by Paul and his cohorts. Certain sections contain theological wrestling and indecision which reveal an author in search of a conclusion. The so-called diatribe or dialogical style of some sections, while possibly formulaic, are also possibly indicative of dictation or specific rhetorical engagement with the letter's intended audience. 30 28 Translating Religious Texts The varying ways in which the Jewish scriptures and tradition are quoted and interpreted reveal an original mind at work.

III INTERPRETATION, AUTHORITY AND THE LANGUAGE OF ST PAUL Bible translation presents a thorny theological problem, where to locate the authority of the text: in the text, in the author, in the reader, or above the text in the realm of truth, spelled G-O-D? By the very presumption that one is translating the Bible, a decision on the authority of the text has already been made, the issues come in translating, cum interpreting, the biblical! source text so that that authority is conveyed in the target text.

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