- I ve only partially followed this thread, but didn t see the following materials mentioned, which do talk about textual criticism from a non-theological pointMessage 1 of 5 , Jun 6, 2012View SourceI've only partially followed this thread, but didn't see the following materials mentioned, which do talk about textual criticism from a non-theological point of view, though little of it directly Biblical.
Classical, Biblical, and Medieval Textual Criticism and Modern EditingStudies in Bibliography
Vol. 36, (1983), pp. 21-68 (actually pretty much anything by Tanselle)Reynolds and Wilson, Scribes and ScholarsD. C. Greetham, Textual Editing (see Tanselle)Paul Maas, Textual CriticismE. Kelemen, Textual Editing and Criticism (Norton Publ. 2008)M. L. West, Textual Criticism and Editorial Technique: applicable to Greek and Latin texts (Stuttgart 1973).--Larry Swain
On Wed, Jun 6, 2012, at 07:42 PM, clearbrush wrote:
I would like to start a group focusing on this very concept.
If any would be interested in joining and giving startup input, please email me at
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> Hello all, I have been following on and off for the past few years and have really become interested in developing my understanding of TC and the history of the Bible. I have a Masters in Psychology and a career as a Commercial Lender, so you can see my background does not lend to even beginning to understand the majority of conversations within this group. However, one of my biggest joys in life is understanding history and how civilizations have developed. The Bible and Christianity are some of the largest influencers within the past 2000+ years, therefor I have tried to develop my knowledge of them for personal curiosity.
> My background has began with (as I am sure, most new people into this subject) Bart Ehrman's books. I do not know how they are held in this community, but that is my background thus far. What I am currently looking for are books relating to TC at a beginning level if Dr. Ehrman's books are not enough. Then, possibly a next step into learning more. I am not speaking about becoming an expert in TC, so no need for me to learn Latin, Greek, Hebrew, etc. However, i would love to learn more about the beginnings of the Bi ble, TC and other areas which are being studied PURELY FROM A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE, meaning no theological bias, just an unbiased view of how the books were created.
> Thank you for any help and I look forward to learning more as I develop my interests.
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