Textual Criticism

From: Carlton Winbery (winberyc@popalex1.linknet.net)
Date: Fri Feb 09 1996 - 04:18:27 EST

>>Date: Fri, 09 Feb 96 22:35:33

>>>rachel@hntp2.hinet.net wrote;
>>>I would like to ask another thing or two.....
>>Do you or Conrad or anybody have some on-line material
>>that I can read about Textual Criticism....
>>Since I have been noticing more and more stuff about the Majority
>>Text /KJV/Hodge/Pickering whoever....
>>What is the curent status regarding this issue???
>>I have read some but not so much between Fee and Hodges.... The
>>reason I am interested because of my current
>>study and posts over in Theology.....
>>This is why I do not want to bring those issues over here.... ;) Any
>>help or material will be greatly appreciated
>>since I am waaaaaaay over here......

In my opinion, the majority (no pun intended) of Textual Critics (teachers
and researchers) still practice TC in a more or less eklectic method.
There are a few majority text people about, but so far they have not been
very convincing.

There are several things on TC at Brown.
A good bibliography.
Facsimilie pages of some MSS.
An overview of a course on NT TC.
There are also some helpful items at Vanderbilt.

Carlton L. Winbery
Prof. Religion
LA College, Pineville, La

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