Rethinking New Testament Textual Criticism

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David Alan Black
Baker Publishing Group, Oct 1, 2002 - Religion - 158 pages
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New Testament textual criticism is an important but often overlooked field of study. Results drawn from textual studies bear important consequences for interpreting the New Testament and cannot be ignored by serious students of Scripture. This book introduces current issues in New Testament textual criticism and surveys the various methods used to determine the original text among variant readings.

These essays from Eldon Jay Epp, Michael Holmes, J. K. Elliott, Maurice Robinson, and Moisés Silva provide readers with an excellent introduction to the field of New Testament textual criticism.

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An excellent discussion of four different New Testament textual critics with one response from a 2000 conference at Southeastern Seminary. This is an important topic in Christian thought that is much ... Read full review

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Abbreviations
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The Case for Reasoned Eclecticism
77
The Case for Thoroughgoing Eclecticism
101
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David Alan Black (D.Theol., University of Basel) is professor of New Testament and Greek at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is the author of numerous books, including It's Still Greek to Me.

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