The Minor Variant of Hebrews 2.9, with Mark 15.34 and Psalm 22.2

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Title
The Minor Variant of Hebrews 2.9, with Mark 15.34 and Psalm 22.2
Journal
New Testament Studies
Author(s)
Clivaz Claire
Publication state
In Press
Peer-reviewed
Oui
Language
english
Abstract
This article explores the relationship of a minor variant in Hebrews 2.9 – Jesus dead ‘apart from God’ (χωρὶς θεοῦ) – with the minor variant of Mark 15.34 and more broadly with Psalm 22.2, as suggested by Harnack, Michel, Zuntz, Elliott, Ehrman or Rodgers. First, it highlights new elements in the file of the evidence of Heb 2.9 and compares it with the case of Mark 15.34. Secondly, it demonstrates that paying attention to the minor variants of Heb 2.9 and Mark 15.34 allows one to grasp better the diversity of Jewish and early Christian readings of Ps 22.2 or Ps 21.2 LXX: these readings provide a plausible context to explain the emergence of these two minor variants.
Article accepted on 29.08.23; OA Green Road (Author's submitted version)
Keywords
Heb 2.9, Mark 15.34, Ps 22.2, Passion narrative, death of Jesus, early interpretations, textual criticism, multilingualism
Open Access
Yes
Funding(s)
Swiss National Science Foundation / Careers / PR00P1_179755
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31/08/2023 8:00
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16/11/2023 7:21
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