From: Paweł Lutze (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Sep 07 1998 - 14:47:39 EDT
Gregor P. Turkanik wrote:
>Subject: Re: Earliest New Testament Manuscripts
>On Tue, 1 Sep 1998, Bart Ehrman wrote:
>And Comfort's _Early Manuscripts and Modern Translations of the
>NT_ is just riddled with silly mistakes=20
>So which book would be with less errors? I have little access to books
>and this one is the only on Early Manuscripts that I have (sic!).
For the comprehensive treatment of the issue I would recommend the two
volume set: "Unholy Hands on the Bible", edited by Jay P. Green, Sr. and
published by Sovereign Grace Trust Fund.
Another book worth of reading is "The Corruption of the Word" by Kevin
James, distributed by Micro-Load Press, Box 92 St. Rt., Williamsburg, New
Mexico 87942, USA.
Yet another resource that comes on my mind is the Internet site "Inspired By
The Encyclopedia of New Testament Textual Criticism" that may be found at
Should you need more pointers or materials, please contact me off-list.
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