Tim Finney suggested:
> A = beyond reasonable doubt
> B = preferred option among two viable alternatives,
> C = preferred option among a few (three to five?) viable alternatives,
> D = preferred option among many (more than five?) viable alternatives.
I agree, something like that would be helpful.
The best way would be to illustrate the case with images, so that everyone
could judge for themselves. Therefore I created the paleography site as a
companion to the commentary. So far about 80 cases are covered.
The question is when should a non secure witness be cited? Even if it is not
secure, people are biased by its citation. Compare Fee and Carson, for them
P66 was the deciding factor.
Wieland Willker, Bremen, Germany
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