From: Stephen C. Carlson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat Feb 16 2002 - 10:48:46 EST
At 09:51 PM 2/15/02 -0500, Shane Cass wrote:
> I'm in my second year of Greek and we are beginning to look through
>textual criticism. I find it very interesting and was wondering what are
>some good resources. Especially charts/reference work laying out all the
>manuscripts, dates, types (Alexandrian, Western...), and the like. I
>would appreciate any input.
Another place to ask is the the tclist-l, http://www.purl.org/TC
Here are my top 5 recommendations:
1. Bruce M. Metzger, THE TEXT OF THE NEW TESTAMENT: Its Transmission,
Corruption, and Restoration (3d ed. enl.; New York: Oxford, 1992).
2. Kurt Aland & Barbara Aland, THE TEXT OF THE NEW TESTAMENT: An
Introduction to the Critical Editions and to the Theory and Practice
of Modern Textual Criticism (2d ed. rev. and enl.; tr. Erroll F.
Rhodes; Grand Rapids, Mich.: Eerdmans, 1989).
3. B. F. Westcott & F. J. A. Hort, INTRODUCTION TO THE NEW TESTAMENT
IN THE ORIGINAL GREEK: With Notes on Selected Readings (1882;
repr. Peabody, Mass.: Hendricksons, 1988).
4. Bart D. Ehrman & Michael W. Holmes, eds., THE TEXT OF THE NEW
TESTAMENT IN CONTEMPORARY RESEARCH: Essays on the Status
Quaestionis, A Volume in Honor of Bruce M. Metzger (Studies &
Documents 46, Eldon Jay Epp, ed.; Grand Rapids, Mich.: Eerdmans,
5. D. C. Parker, THE LIVING TEXT OF THE GOSPELS (Cambridge: Univ.
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