Re: More on 2427, family resemblances
- On Thu, 31 Oct 1996, Jack Kilmon wrote:
> There seems to be a great parallel between textual criticismI see a parallel, too, between the search for a mitochondrial Eve and the
> and palaeoanthropology. We are examining small fossil fragments and
> speculating on a common ancestor...looking for the "Lucy" of
> manuscripts. Everytime a new fossil is discovered, we re-examine
> the family (hominidae/Byzantine/Alexandrian) and it's genera, species
> and sub-species as well as "tribes and clans." Textual variants are
> like genetic codes.
search for the elusive archetypes of the gospels (and other books as
well). I have thought for some time about the possibility of using some
of the algorithms used to trace the human genome to examine biblical
mss. Of course, I realize that the validity of some of those algorithms
is disputed. Still, it would be interesting to see what they would
generate in terms of an archetype.
> I wonder if the 11Q New Jerusalem fragments just mightCould you elaborate some more?
> represent a holotype for Revelation.
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