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  • ...Alternate-list] homoeoteleuton supports Sinaiticus usage of Claromontanus - picture worth 1,000 On Wed, 3/15/17, 'David Inglis' davidinglis2@^$4 [textualcriticism] < textualcriticism@^$5 > wrote: "I have just seen the post below from Steven Avery (which includes a link...
    David Inglis 2:11 AM
  • I have just seen the post below from Steven Avery (which includes a link to http://www.sinaiticus.net/homeoteleuton.html ) that he claims makes a convincing case that a correction to 1 Corinthians 13:1-2 in Sinaiticus is best explained as homeoteleuton during copying from Codex Claromontanus (D06). I am just passing this on to other people who may not be aware of this specific...
    David Inglis Mar 27
  • James Miller wrote re. a translation of Uspensky: I disagree and will provide a word-by-word interlinear translation of the target sentence to prove the point, as follows. Буквы (letters) въ (in) ней (it [the manuscript]) совершенно (just) похожи (like) на (in) Церковно (Church) -Славянския (Slavonic). Adjusting for more natural...
    David Inglis Mar 1
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  • Dr. Wasserman, As a person who grew up in the UK I am very familiar with the KJV (and typically it’s still my ‘go to’ bible if I want to look up a verse). However, I do find the KJVO position to be ridiculous (just the use of English names of imaginary creatures such as cockatrice should tell anyone that), and therefore treat what Steven Avery writes with suspicion at all...
    David Inglis Feb 28
  • I do not have a horse in this race (or a dog in this fight, etc.), and while I have disagreed with Steven Avery in the past, in this I think that he makes a valid point. If all you do is to “study the text and paratextual features of Sinaiticus” (Wasserman) and ignore “the historical elements” (Avery) and also the physical condition of the ms then you are going to make a...
    David Inglis Feb 18
  • This is really a TC question applied to the synoptics, so I’d be interested in both viewpoints. I have read many times (in many different contexts) that words in one gospel have been assimilated/harmonized to another. Most often it’s that something in Lk has been changed to be the same as Mt, and sometimes it’s something in Mk that has been changed to be the same as Mt...
    David Inglis Apr 21, 2016
  • Following a link from Steven Avery, I looked at http://www.purebibleforum.com/showthread.php?t=240 , where he wrote: “Look at the two parts of the manuscript. a) the 1844 Leipzig is white parchment (even snow-white, per Dobschutz in 1910) b) the 1859 British Library is varied yellow. (even an abnormally "exceptional" amount of variance) In the composite picture you can see the...
    David Inglis Apr 6, 2016
  • ...Perhaps someone from www.codexsinaiticus.org could explain? David Inglis, Lafayette, CA, 94549, USA From: David Inglis [mailto:davidinglis2@^$1] Sent: Tuesday, April 05, 2016 6:54 PM To: 'textualcriticism@^$2' Subject: RE: [textualcriticism] Sinaiticus studies - emphasis...
    David Inglis Apr 6, 2016
  • In a post dated 3/28/16, Steven Avery provided this link http://www.sinaiticus.net/beforeafter.html as an example of the different coloring of different sections of Sinaiticus. However, what is not shown here (particularly wrt the ‘white’ pages, where the images appear to be cropped) is any information about the background on which the pages were placed. This page http...
    David Inglis Apr 6, 2016
  • Elijah, thank you for your reply, which I found very useful, and not at all angry. Also, thanks to others who replied to my post – please take this as a reply to all. First, I know I did write “all applicable forensic tests,” and, ideally, that’s what I meant, but I understand that not all applicable tests are practical (whether they are destructive, or for other reasons...
    David Inglis Apr 5, 2016