43Re: a hypothesis like the Farrer one
- Feb 17, 1998[snip of major information]
>Mt 18:17 "...let him be to you as a Gentile and a tax collector."Jim, do you know what the Greek NT critical apparatus says on this verse.
>An additional key point is the strong likelihood that Mt 28:18-20 is a later
>addition. This is indicated by "...in the name of the Father and of the Son
>and of the Holy Spirit" -- a Trinitarian-like formula. This was surely
>added by someone else than the original writer of Matthew, in an attempt to
>counteract the preceding anti-gentile material.
Does the apparatue hint whether or not the verse was inserted? I am at work
now and, therefore, do not have a copy of the Greek NT with me.
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