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[textualcriticism] trying to contact George Webber Young

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  • Steven Avery
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    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 6, 2014
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      Moderator's note: as persons have a right to privacy, including not to have their contact info posted on public groups, please reply off-list.
      WP

      Hi,

      contact assistance request!

      Any help in contacting George Webber Young, Phd, a poster a few years back here, would be greatly appreciated.
      He posted in the textual forums under :

      Webber Young
      George Webber Young
      Mark Thunderson

      Queen's College Newfoundland and the University of Sheffield (where he was a 1998 alumni) say they don't have a current addy.

      George Webber Young, PhD
      Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies
      Queen's College Faculty of Theology
      Newfoundland
      CANADA   A1B 3R6

      He is the author of a 1998 book, related to his doctoral thesis at the University of Sheffield.

      The role of the fantastic in Mark 6:45-56
      George Webber Young,
      http://books.google.com/books/about/The_Role_of_the_Fantastic_in_Mark_6_45_5.html?id=vHgVnQEACAAJ
      http://ethos.bl.uk/OrderDetails.do?uin=uk.bl.ethos.286891

      And he posted here mostly in 2006-2007, confirming that Mark Thunderson == George Webber Young.
      And his online presence goes to 2010 - (you can see George W. W. Young).
      http://codexsinaiticus.wordpress.com/2010/01/05/this-blog-has-been-bound-to-another/
      http://georgeyoung.wordpress.com/
       
      Any help you can give in contacting George Webber Young would be appreciated.

      Feel free to contact me off the forum with any information.

      Thanks!
       
      Steven Avery
      Bayside, NY
      stevenavery@...
       
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