xii, 379 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
9783110211931 hardback alkaline paper
Arbeiten zur neutestamentlichen Textforschung ; Bd. 40.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Formatted Contents Note
I. Manuscripts. A dictation theory of Codex Bezae A copy of the Codex Mediolanensis Unequally yoked : the present state of the Codex Bobbiensis The majuscule manuscripts of the New Testament Was Matthew written before 50 CE? : the Magdalen papyrus of Matthew Codex Bezae and other Greek New Testament manuscripts in Cambridge University Library A new Oxyrhynchus papyrus of Revelation : P115 (P. Oxy. 4499) Some new manuscripts of the Greek New Testament in Boston and Cambridge (with M.B. Morrill) Codex Bezae : the manuscript as past, present and future The date of Codex Zacynthius (x) : a new proposal Manuscripts of John's Gospel with hermeneiai Greek gospel manuscripts in Bucharest and Sofia II. Textual criticism. The development of textual criticism since B.H. Streeter The translation of OUN in the Old Latin Gospels The principles and practice of New Testament textual criticism : collected essays of G.D. Kilpatrick : a review The development of the critical text of the Epistle of James : from Lachmann to the Editio critica maior A comparison between the Text und Textwert and the Claremont profile method analyses of manuscripts in the Gospel of Luke The quest of the critical edition III. Textual criticism and theology. Scripture is tradition The early tradition of Jesus' sayings on divorce Through a screen darkly : digital texts and the New Testament Jesus in textual criticism Et incarnatus est Textual criticism and theology Calvin's biblical text.