From: Stephen C Carlson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed May 08 1996 - 00:11:41 EDT
Wes C. Williams wrote:
>Papyrologist expert Thiede recently decribed the P64 fragments as " a Christian
>codex fragment of the first century, perhaps (though not necessarily) predating
>AD 70." Of course, this is news since it it would be persuasive (albeit not
>conclusive) evidence to skeptics that at least one gospel writer was an
>eyewitness of Jesus.
>Where does one go to view a copy of the manuscript itself? And its translation?
>Is there an internet site? How can I obtain further information?
For a scolarly critique of Thiede's dating of P64 by Sigrid Petersen,
see the following URL:
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