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[textualcriticism] 1560 printed edition and lectionary tradition and #s 60 and 173.

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  • schmuel
    Hi Folks, Filotheu Monahul Does anyone know a printed 1560 edition of the Greek Gospel Lectionary? Steven Avery In addition, are there any good studies of the
    Message 1 of 2 , Jun 9, 2010
      Hi Folks,

      Filotheu Monahul
      Does anyone know a printed 1560 edition of the Greek Gospel Lectionary?

      Steven Avery
      In addition, are there any good studies of the lectionary tradition ?  Lectionaries 60 and 173 have been referenced as including the heavenly witnesses, so many questions arise as to the extant date of  the lectionaries, whether the section (if confirmed) could have been added in the Reformation era, the antiquity theoriezed, the value of the lectionaries as evidence of the Bible text, and more.

      Also interesting would be lectionaries that are evidence against the heavenly witnesses, which would be those that include verse 8 (or perhaps verse 6) and yet not verse 7.

      Thanks for any assistance on this question.

      Filotheu Monahul
      Is there an internet site with a list of all printed editions of the Greek New Testament / Bible?

      Hmmm.. good question.  There are some publications in google books that try to do this. I am curious as well.

      Shalom,
      Steven Avery
      Queens, NY
    • TeunisV
      Compare message 4792: Dogma also infected the lectionary text with the Comma Johanneum Teunis van Lopik
      Message 2 of 2 , Jun 9, 2010
        Compare message 4792:
        Dogma also infected the lectionary text with the Comma Johanneum

        Teunis van Lopik
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