- ... But if the result does not reflect the majority , H/F or Pickering are being quite hypocritical. Why not call their text the theologically-correct textMessage 1 of 1714 , Dec 6, 1995View SourceOn Wed, 6 Dec 1995 Timster132@... wrote:
> In a message dated 95-12-05 mrobinsn@...But if the result does not reflect the "majority", H/F or Pickering are
> Maurice Robinson writes:
> >heading for minority text readings, whether stemmatically-based or on the
> >basis of the theological whims of the critic, I fail to see how any
> >meaningful "majority text theory" can remain.
> Isn't that the point? H&F believe in an omnipotent God who has
> providentially preserved the text and that conviction has led them to
> try proving the "Majority text" position with their stemma, etc.
> Likewise, Pickering's belief of inerrancy leads him to pick and chose a
> text that supports his beliefs.
being quite hypocritical. Why not call their text the
"theologically-correct" text instead of the "majority text"?
> Maurice Robinson stands out from the crowd, in that his devotion to theI appreciate that comment....
> Byzantine text family is based squarely on his interpretation of textual
> transmission. He and I don't see eye to eye on textual transmission, but I
> appreciate his approach much more than that of H/F.
> BTW, is anyone on the list proficient at reading Greek miniscule cursive?I am, for one....
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