The professor's astonishment is understandable, since the
fragment contains text from John 7 including the opening lines of the P.A.
He must have been even more astonished when he noticed that the scribe had
written "ENTAN" rather than "EIPAN," using the same
letter-form found in the third line of 7Q5. ... I think.
Yours in Christ,
Jim Snapp II
If you are getting bored over the holidays,
here is a little teaser:
It was already 11 pm and renowned TC scholar
Fenton John Anthony
Nestle-Aland wanted to leave his office, when his eye
catched a glimpse
of a little papyrus image, printed out for him by his
pulled it out of the tangled mass of paper, settled back and
"Leaked to us from an anonymous British email
address" was the only
note, written by his secretary.
he was astounded as to its date, and content! He stared a
while on it until
he realized what was wrong with it.
Can you find out?
Wieland Willker, Bremen,