Re: [textualcriticism] Online Articles
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From: "Eddie Mishoe" <edmishoe@...>
To: "Text Criticism" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, July 01, 2008 8:45 PM
Subject: [textualcriticism] Online Articles
>I would like to know what online resources are available for Textual
>Criticism, such as articles, audio lectures, etc. I'd like to compile a
>list myself so I can make use of what is already available.
> Thank you
> Eddie Mishoe
I find these sites very useful, Ed.
- Greetings Eddie Mishoe,
I provide links to some of my own introductory essays, as well as links
to some other online resources (including the full text of F. C.
Kenyon's "Our Bible and the Ancient Manuscripts" and the Goodspeed
Collection at the University of Chicago and the Biblical Manuscripts
Project). (If the link to the Greek Uncial Archetype of Mark doesn't
work, try going to the Textexcavation website and run a search
for "Snapp" and scroll down that page. Be aware that the GUAM still
has a few typos.)
Also, at www.archive.org you can download important works about textual
criticism, including an early English edition of Eberhard Nestle's
Introduction to NTTC, and books by Souter and Warfield on the same
subject. Using the "Search" feature (and selecting "Texts" to focus
the search), you can type in the names of several prominent textual
critics -- Kirsopp Lake, F. C. Burkitt, Armitage Robinson, William
Sanday, B. H. Streeter, Bruce Metzger -- and find plenty of reading
Other links to online NTTC resources are provided in the "Links"
section over at TC-Alternate. And, Michael Marlowe and R. Decker have
provided extensive lists of links to materials which will be of
Yours in Christ,
James Snapp, Jr.
Minister, Curtisville Christian Church
- Eddie Mishoe wrote:
> I would like to know what online resources areHi Eddie,
> available for Textual Criticism
My collection of TC links is here: