Lowrey Hershey wrote:
<<I seem to recall about eight years ago reading a [journal] article
the priority [?] of the Majority text. It was a mathematical article
the assumption that one only has an original reading and that the
non-Majority readings should be the majority in the mathematical
Since they do not, the Majority reading should reflect the original.
Are you aware of the article? or criticisms of its method?
Perhaps I should have looked at the Byzantine priorty section of the
versus the Mathematics section.>>
Pickering's book of which Waltz wrote was a re-do of his Th.D.
dissertation under Zane Hodges at Dallas Theol. Sem.
Hodges (co-author with Arthur Farstad of The Greek New Testament
According to the Majority Text) used the "expertise" of his brother
(David M. Hodges, BS Mathematics, Wheaton College, 1957) who I
believe was in the Army as a statistician at the time for the
mathematical probability chart you refer to. You may have seen
something similar in one of Hodges articles in the late seventies in
JETS. Specifically I know he had articles in Vols. 21:1 & 2 in
1978. He was thoroughly critiqued by Gordon D. Fee at the time. As
Waltz mentioned, the material was then used by Pickering in Appendix C
of his book.
doxa en uyistoiV qew monw.
Bob Jones University
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