A Plain Introduction to the Criticism of the New Testament, 2 Volumes
Wipf and Stock Publishers, Nov 12, 1997 - Religion - 846 pages
Scrivener was a master of textual criticism. This fourth edition, completed by Edward Miller, records 3,791 manuscripts. A classic, essential for understanding the history of textual criticism.
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LATIN VERSIONS e s
RECENT VIEWS OF COMPARATIVE CRITICISM
APPENDIX Illustrative passages
APPLICATION OF PRINCIPLES TO SELECT PASSAGES
APPENDIX A SYRIAC LECTIONARIES
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