Re: More on 2427
- On Thu, 31 Oct 1996, L. Mark Bruffey wrote:
> > Hort developed his whole text-type systemHort did not compromise -- he redefined "error" to equal "reading".
> > based on the principle "identity of error implies identity of
> > origin," but I'm not sure that's a valid canon.
> Didn't Hort have to compromise on this axiom in practice anyway?
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Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary Wake Forest, North Carolina
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