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  • The phrase “And all their glory” (kai autōn tēn doxan) makes perfect sense at the end of Mt 4:8, but none at all in the middle of Lk 4:6. Why is it not at the end of Lk 4:5 (before “in a moment of time”) instead? Any suggestions? David Inglis, Lafayette, CA, 94549, USA
    David Inglis Jan 9, 2014
  • I have recently joined a few biblical Facebook groups, and there are definite disadvantages compared to the Yahoo groups. First is push vs. pull (i.e. as Dave Washburn wrote, receiving emails is so much easier than looking for posts), but also it’s much easier with the existing Yahoo groups to segregate topics and keep up with new posts on each topic separately. As a non...
    David Inglis Dec 24, 2013
  • Is Lk 9:11 just a reinforcement of v. 9:10, or does it suggest that this saying was known in two forms, one first second-person, and one third? It seems from Thomas that this might be the case, as Th 2 and 94 both have “He who seeks …,” whereas Th 92 has “ Seek, and you will find.” We also have evidence from both Tertullian and Epiphanius to suggest that v. 9:11 was not...
    David Inglis Dec 24, 2013
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  • At the beginning of Adv. Haer. IV.29.1, Irenaeus appears to suggest that Marcion’s gospel did not contain Lk 8:9-10. In the only translation I have access to, it says: But, say they, God hardened the heart of Pharaoh and of his servants [Ex 9:35]. Those, then, who allege such difficulties, do not read in the Gospel that passage where the Lord replied to the disciples, when they...
    David Inglis Dec 2, 2013
  • I have a reference that states that Lk 6:40b “is missing in a few Greek manuscripts.” Does anyone have any more information on this? Thank you. David Inglis, Lafayette, CA, 94549, USA
    David Inglis Nov 23, 2013
  • In an Amazon review here http://www.amazon.com/review/R15WZET7H7WW08/ref=cm_cr_pr_viewpnt#R15WZET7H7WW08 the following claim is made: “Nine fragments of New Testament books were discovered in Qumran Cave 7, these being 7Q4 - 1 Tim 3:16-4:3; 7Q5 - Mark 6:52-53; 7Q6, 1 - Mark 4:28; 7Q8 - James 1:23-24; 7Q6, 2 - Acts 27:38; 7Q9 - Romans 5:11-12; 7Q7 - Mark 12:17; 7Q10 - 2 Peter 1:15...
    David Inglis Nov 23, 2013
  • Thanks to those who helped me regarding Lk 4:16 and 22. Now, another question: Tertullian comments that Marcion had removed from Lk what we see as Mt 5:45, suggesting that he saw the text of Mt 5:45 in his copy of Lk. This is normally dismissed as a mistake by Tertullian, e.g. that he mis-remembered where the text came from, or that he was actually comparing Marcion’s gospel with...
    David Inglis Nov 19, 2013
  • In “The First New Testament” by Jason D. BeDuhn, he states (p131): “Luke 4.16b is omitted in many Greek manuscripts; 4.22 is also missing in the Greek manuscript Family 13.” Ignoring for now that ‘Family 13’ is not a single ms (!), I have so far failed to find any reference to either of these claimed omissions. Assuming I’m just not looking in the right place, can...
    David Inglis Nov 12, 2013
  • ...In the secundary apparatus: κατέβη Ir d398 = From the Ziongruppe: GA 1573. Teunis van Lopik ---In textualcriticism@^$5 , < davidinglis2@^$6.. > wrote: Can anyone confirm that B, 398 read "He came down among them" *(κατέβη μετ' αὐτῶν) at the beginning...
    David Inglis Nov 10, 2013
  • Can anyone confirm that B, 398 read "He came down among them" *(κατέβη μετ' αὐτῶν) at the beginning of Lk 6:17? If so, is this variant found anywhere else? Thank you. David Inglis, Lafayette, CA, 94549, USA
    David Inglis Nov 9, 2013