Textual variants in the New Testament

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Jonathan Robie
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Textual variants in the New Testament

Post by Jonathan Robie » April 28th, 2012, 5:12 pm

I was surprised to encounter this article on Wikipedia:

Textual variants in the New Testament

Haven't gone through it in depth, but it looks like some serious work has gone into this.
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Re: Textual variants in the New Testament

Post by Stephen Carlson » April 28th, 2012, 5:34 pm

It's a lot of effort, but I'm not sure what the criteria for inclusion is. The Galatians ones are a real mixed bag.
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Re: Textual variants in the New Testament

Post by David Lim » April 29th, 2012, 12:05 am

Jonathan Robie wrote:I was surprised to encounter this article on Wikipedia:

Textual variants in the New Testament

Haven't gone through it in depth, but it looks like some serious work has gone into this.
I remember reading somewhere related to that article itself that that list is incomplete. For example the (significant) variants of the last sentence of Jude are not there.
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Re: Textual variants in the New Testament

Post by Shirley Rollinson » May 3rd, 2012, 2:56 pm

David Lim wrote:
Jonathan Robie wrote:I was surprised to encounter this article on Wikipedia:

Textual variants in the New Testament

Haven't gone through it in depth, but it looks like some serious work has gone into this.
I remember reading somewhere related to that article itself that that list is incomplete. For example the (significant) variants of the last sentence of Jude are not there.
So, if anyone knows of additions or corrections that should be made - go to the page on Wikipedia and edit it.
There's a tab at the top of the page for editing (which is why Wikipedia can be a can of worms - anyone can write anything and post it).
I'd suggest opening an account and using the log-in function.

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