Re: PISTEUSHTE in Jo 20:31 P66
> I should probably take a look at your full argument at the linkWould you have done so, you would have noticed that I only tackled the comparatively minor question of what P66 is reading here. :-)
> you provided. :-)
But thanks for noting 1.Jo 5:13! An interesting (and also difficult) case.
PISTEUHTE may be a reminiscence to Jo 20:31, but more probably is simply a conformation to the preceding EIDHTE.
Interestingly even here a few minuscules have PISTEUSHTE.
Regarding P66 one might add that at the places where a PISTEUHTE/ PISTEUSHTE variation occurs, P66 always reads PISTEUSHTE: 8:24 (against P75), 10:38 (alone!), 13:19 (against B).
Wieland Willker, Bremen, Germany