Re: More on 2427
- On Thu, 31 Oct 1996 WFWarren@... wrote:
> Wouldn't a logical extension of this logic be to consider B a copy of P75The P75/B connection has been heavily analyzed, particularly by Carlo M.
> based on like percentages?
Martini in his monograph in Italian, and the conclusion appears to be
that both B and P75 have a common ancestor, but that B is not a direct
copy of P75. It is of course possible that 2427 and B might have a (lost)
common ancestor, but given the date of 2427 in relation to B, it seems
more likely in that case that 2427 is either a copy of B, with corrections
being made in the process, or that the exemplar of 2427 was copied from B,
with corrections then added in from a non-B type of MS.
Does anyone have the percentage of agreement between B and P75, from
Martini or other sources?
Maurice A. Robinson, Ph.D. Professor of Greek and New Testament
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary Wake Forest, North Carolina
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