Does it really matter whether anyone prints it in red letters? I thought textual criticism involved the evaluation of the ancient manuscript evidence. george
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, Oct 13, 2011
Does it really matter whether anyone prints it in red letters? I thought textual criticism involved the evaluation of the ancient manuscript evidence.
… search for truth, hear truth, learn truth, love truth, speak the truth, hold the truth, defend the truth till death.
- Jan Hus _________
From: Daniel Buck <bucksburg@...> To: firstname.lastname@example.org Sent: Thursday, October 13, 2011 11:11 AM Subject: Re: [textualcriticism] Re: Parentheses in Mark 13:4
--- On Wed, 10/12/11, james_snapp_jr <voxverax@...> wrote:
<<Whoever made 2427 was. . . basing his work on a printed Greek text published by Phillip Buttmann. In Buttmann's printed Greek NT, Mark 7:3-4 is within parentheses, and at Mark 13:14, the words "let the reader understand" are within round parentheses. . . . As a result, in 2427, Mark 7:3-4 and the parenthetical phrase in Mark 13:14 are missing.>>
Does anyone really believe that this parenthetical statement giving instructions to a future reader was uttered by Jesus himself?
I have yet to see a red-letter edition of the Bible that printed it in black
ink. Daniel Buck
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