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The Early History of the New Testament Text

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  • Wieland Willker
    Also out now: The Early History of the New Testament Text. Proceedings of the Colloquium The Text of the NT before 200 A.D. , Lille, July 10th-13th, 2000 -
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      Also out now:

      The Early History of the New Testament Text.
      Proceedings of the Colloquium " The Text of the NT before 200 A.D. ",
      Lille, July 10th-13th, 2000 -
      J. K. ELLIOTT – C.-B. AMPHOUX (éds), 2003.
      Editions du Zebre, Lausanne.

      The books which were to form the New Testament were composed in the
      first century, but changes to these writings were introduced by scribes
      during many centuries of copying by hand. Some of these changes even
      affected the theology or meaning of the contents; other were stylistic
      or grammatical alterations.

      The art of textual criticism attempts to identify, describe and explain
      those changes, usually in order to recover the original words of the
      Biblical authors.

      At an important conference held in Lille in July, 2000 a group of
      scholars from several countries met to assess the significance of these
      textual variants in the earliest Christian centuries.The relevance of
      their contributions was readily recognized and this book represents an
      edited version of the papers presented in Lille. The articles in this
      book assess work already achieved in the field and point forward to new
      projects and exciting research on these fundamental and foundational

      Contents :

      Préface : C.-B. Amphoux, Vers la rédaction finale du Nouveau Testament

      Introduction : J. K. Elliott, The Nature of the Evidence Available for
      Reconstructing the Text of the New Testament in the Second Century

      D. C. Parker, The Principio Project: A Reconstruction of the Johannine

      K. Wachtel, Colwell Revisited: Grouping New Testament Manuscripts

      M. A. Robinson, In Search of the Alexandrian Archetype: Observations
      from a Byzantine-Priority Perspective

      C.-B. Amphoux, Une édition plurielle de Marc

      P. Rodgers, The Text of the New Testament and its Witnesses before 200
      A. D.: Observations on P90 (P.Oxy.3523)

      T. Baarda, The Diatessaron of Tatian: Source for an Early Text at Rome
      or Source of Textual Corruption?

      U. Schmid, How Can We Access Second Century Texts? The Cases of Marcion
      and Tatian

      J.-Cl. Haelewyck, La Vetus Latina de l'Évangile de Marc. Les rapports
      entre les témoins manuscrits et les citations patristiques

      B. Outtier, Deux fragments inédits de la première traduction géorgienne
      des Évangiles

      A. Desreumaux, Les types de texte de la version araméenne de l'Évangile
      selon Marc

      St. R. Pickering, The Egerton Gospel and New Testament Textual Criticism

      St. E. Porter, Apocryphal Gospels and the Text of the New Testament
      before A. D. 200

      J. Rius-Camps, Les obstacles mis à la mission de Paul par le Seigneur
      Jésus et le Saint Esprit, d'après les leçons du Codex de Bèze

      J. Read-Heimerdinger, Variation in the Use of Prepositions between Codex
      Bezae and the Alexandrian Uncials

      D. Lafleur, Les relations au sein du groupe "césaréen" entre le Papyrus
      Chester Beatty (P45) et la Famille Farrar (f13) dans l'Évangile de Marc

      A. Martin, Le palimpeste syriaque du Sinaï et les variantes du papyrus

      C.-B. Amphoux, Marc comme quatrième évangile
      W. Hendriks, Histoire de l'évangile selon Marc: étapes du développement
      du texte

      P. F. Beatrice, John 13, 1-10 and Rom 13, 1-7 in Irenaeus of Lyons. Two
      Test Cases for New Testament Textual Criticism

      Best wishes
      Wieland Willker, Bremen, Germany
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