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  • Thomas J. Kraus
    Jim West mentioned Comfort´s and Barrett´s Book ( Complete Text of the Earliest New Testament Manuscripts ). Amazon.com showed up with a not yet published
    Message 1 of 7 , May 7, 1999
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      Jim West mentioned Comfort´s and Barrett´s Book ("Complete Text of the
      Earliest New Testament Manuscripts"). Amazon.com showed up with a "not yet
      published" note. Any information how/where to get it?
      Does it make any reference to the papyrus fragment from Qumran (7Q5) as a
      witness for Mark´s Gospel (???)? Does it include the recent Oxyrhynchos
      papyri providing some fifth to seventh copies of Matthew? How is the
      script given (new font with critical notes; abbreviations, nomina sacra,
      comments)?
      Any help?
      Best wishes,

      Thomas J. Kraus

      Universitaet Regensburg
      Kath.-theol. Fakultaet
      Universitaetsstr. 31
      D-93053 Regensburg
      Federal Republic of Germany

      Tel. + 49 941 943 36 90
      Fax. + 49 941 943 19 86
      thomas-juergen.kraus@...-regensburg.de
    • Jim West
      ... I got mine directly from Baker. They have a web site- www.bakerbooks.com ... No- because it isnt. ... Yes, abbreviations, etc. Its a transcription, though
      Message 2 of 7 , May 7, 1999
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        At 03:40 PM 5/7/99 +0200, you wrote:
        >Jim West mentioned Comfort´s and Barrett´s Book ("Complete Text of the
        >Earliest New Testament Manuscripts"). Amazon.com showed up with a "not yet
        >published" note. Any information how/where to get it?

        I got mine directly from Baker.
        They have a web site- www.bakerbooks.com

        >Does it make any reference to the papyrus fragment from Qumran (7Q5) as a
        >witness for Mark´s Gospel (???)?

        No- because it isnt.

        > Does it include the recent Oxyrhynchos
        >papyri providing some fifth to seventh copies of Matthew? How is the
        >script given (new font with critical notes; abbreviations, nomina sacra,
        >comments)?

        Yes, abbreviations, etc. Its a transcription, though in miniscule font as
        you will find in your GNT rather than uncial script.

        >Any help?
        >Best wishes,
        >

        I dunno. I hope so.

        Best,

        Jim

        +++++++++++++++++++++++++

        Jim West, ThD
        Petros Baptist Church- Pastor
        Quartz Hill School of Theology- Adjunct Prof. of Bible

        fax- 978-231-5986
        email- jwest@...
        web page- http://web.infoave.net/~jwest
      • Nichael Lynn Cramer
        ... Note: Although they also list it as not yet available CBD offers the book at $24.95 (i.e. less than 50% of the list price of $49.99). ... A couple of
        Message 3 of 7 , May 7, 1999
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          Thomas J. Kraus wrote:
          >Jim West mentioned Comfort´s and Barrett´s Book ("Complete Text of the
          >Earliest New Testament Manuscripts"). Amazon.com showed up with a "not yet
          >published" note. Any information how/where to get it?

          Note: Although they also list it as "not yet available" CBD offers the book
          at $24.95 (i.e. less than 50% of the list price of $49.99).

          >Does it make any reference to the papyrus fragment from Qumran (7Q5) as a
          >witness for Mark´s Gospel (???)? Does it include the recent Oxyrhynchos
          >papyri providing some fifth to seventh copies of Matthew? How is the
          >script given (new font with critical notes; abbreviations, nomina sacra,
          >comments)?

          A couple of other question:

          How are uncertain readings, conjectural readings, scribal corrections, etc,
          indicated?

          Whose "transcriptions" are used in the books (Comfort's or those of someone
          else)?

          Are varying transcription/readings by other editors included?

          Thanks
          Nichael
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          Nichael Cramer
          nichael@... nulla dies sine linea
          http://www.sover.net/~nichael/
        • Maurice A. O'Sullivan
          ... Go to: http://www.bakersdzn.com/index.shtml Enter the title in the search box, and search. Tick the Book Watch box to the left of the title. Click on
          Message 4 of 7 , May 7, 1999
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            At 15:40 07/05/99 +0200, you wrote:
            >Jim West mentioned Comfort´s and Barrett´s Book ("Complete Text of the
            >Earliest New Testament Manuscripts"). Amazon.com showed up with a "not yet
            >published" note. Any information how/where to get it?

            Go to:
            http://www.bakersdzn.com/index.shtml

            Enter the title in the search box, and search.
            Tick the "Book Watch" box to the left of the title.
            Click on "Save Orders"
            You will be asked to enter your e-mail address, do so, and they promise to
            send you news.

            Regards,
            Maurice




            Maurice A. O'Sullivan [ Bray, Ireland ]
            mauros@...
          • Andrew Payne
            It is also in the new CBD catalog, or at www.christianbooks.com
            Message 5 of 7 , May 8, 1999
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              It is also in the new CBD catalog, or at www.christianbooks.com


              "Thomas J. Kraus" wrote:

              > Jim West mentioned Comfort´s and Barrett´s Book ("Complete Text of the
              > Earliest New Testament Manuscripts"). Amazon.com showed up with a "not yet
              > published" note. Any information how/where to get it?
              > Does it make any reference to the papyrus fragment from Qumran (7Q5) as a
              > witness for Mark´s Gospel (???)? Does it include the recent Oxyrhynchos
              > papyri providing some fifth to seventh copies of Matthew? How is the
              > script given (new font with critical notes; abbreviations, nomina sacra,
              > comments)?
              > Any help?
              > Best wishes,
              >
              > Thomas J. Kraus
              >
              > Universitaet Regensburg
              > Kath.-theol. Fakultaet
              > Universitaetsstr. 31
              > D-93053 Regensburg
              > Federal Republic of Germany
              >
              > Tel. + 49 941 943 36 90
              > Fax. + 49 941 943 19 86
              > thomas-juergen.kraus@...-regensburg.de
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