Some Thoughts on the Textual Criticism of the New Testament

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J. Murray, 1897 - Bible - 161 pages

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A very insightful book by one of the few non-conservative scholars of the late 1800's in the same league as Hort. Salmon makes many careful observations about potential weaknesses in the methodology used, and conclusions drawn, by Westcott & Hort. This book includes a brief *defense* of Mark 16:9-20. Readers who are aware of insufficiencies in Hort's approach may find themselves, as they read Salmon, saying aloud, "Exactly!" 

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