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  • Ron caught a scam virus. From: ron minton Sent: Friday, October 11, 2013 2:14 PM To: undisclosed-recipients: Subject: [textualcriticism] NEED YOUR HELP I Hope you get this on time, I could not inform anyone about my trip, because it was impromptu. I had to be in Manila, Philippines for a program. The program was successful, but my journey has turned sour. I misplaced my wallet and...
    Jack Kilmon Oct 11, 2013
  • This thread arose just as I was reading Jennifer Knust’s 2002 article in JECS at http://www.academia.edu/687660/Early_Christian_Re-Writing_and_the_History_of_the_Pericope_Adulterae Your article on the Patmos Family of texts (around here somewhere in my piles) was very insightful and I agree with your conclusion. 4G is the most highly edited, glossed, interpolated, chapter...
    Jack Kilmon Aug 23, 2013
  • Very true, Bart. At first blush it could cause one to be very skeptical of the orally transmitted aphorisms and sayings of Jesus. The problem is the vast cultural gap between modern literates and the oral culture in which Jesus and the Gospel authors lived. The Hagiographers either wrote down material passed to them orally or used written materials that originated with oral...
    Jack Kilmon Oct 25, 2012
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  • Until the forensic and paleographic examination is complete, I will remain suspicious of an unprovenanced, anonymously owned, geometric fragment with the worst non-scribal Coptic hand I have ever seen. But that's me. Jack kilmon -----Original Message----- From: Vox Verax Sent: Tuesday, September 18, 2012 9:42 PM To: textualcriticism@^$1 Subject: [textualcriticism] The "Gospel of...
    Jack Kilmon Sep 19, 2012
  • When we study the scribal errors, glosses and interpolations in Christian texts, we see that they did not have the reverence for the text that was sacred to the Jewish Sofer. Christian bishops and scribes were very narcissistic and each wanted to get their own “piece” of the text inserted. They wrote colophons cursing other scribes while in a sofer’s mind that would be...
    Jack Kilmon Aug 5, 2012
  • -----Original Message----- From: rslocc Sent: Sunday, December 11, 2011 12:40 AM To: textualcriticism@^$1 Subject: [textualcriticism] Re: " SCRUPULOUS SCRIBES" "UNSCRUPULOUS METHODS" --- In textualcriticism@^$2, "james_snapp_jr" wrote: > > Joe, > > Let's simplify by setting aside Steven Avery's discussion of whether or > not the Alexandrian copyists were scrupulous – which would...
    Jack Kilmon Dec 12, 2011
  • From: Daniel Buck Sent: Tuesday, September 27, 2011 10:58 AM To: textualcriticism@^$1 Subject: Re: [textualcriticism] Reflections on the Isaiah Scroll: Mispellings Looking at the Dead Sea Scrolls online, I see that the stitched-together sections are from two to four columns in width, but most typically four. The columns appear wider than those in typical NT uncial parchment...
    Jack Kilmon Sep 27, 2011
  • Hi James: In spite of the non-Aramaic background of Aristodemus supposedly talking to the Elder John (which had to be late 1st century in Ephesus) and Hierocles in early 4th century, wouldn't you think Eusebius knew of the Yeshuine metaphors "Handling snakes" as a difficult/dangerous mission and "drinking poison" as bad teachings? When did these Aramaisms of mistranslation and...
    Jack Kilmon Sep 24, 2011
  • -----Original Message----- From: james_snapp_jr Sent: Tuesday, September 20, 2011 9:27 AM To: textualcriticism@^$1 Subject: [textualcriticism] The Gap in B after Mk 16:8 and Other Considerations - Twelve Observations (10) BW: "Is the long ending original to the draft of Mark that was first released? I would say the probability is against that (if I understand correctly, you also...
    Jack Kilmon Sep 20, 2011
  • gath smane is Aramaic and it means (place of) the oil press. It was an olive orchard in the 1st century and there was a large stone olive press used for making oil. Jack From: Johnny Hawkins Sent: Wednesday, September 14, 2011 2:56 PM To: textualcriticism@^$1 Subject: [textualcriticism] Gethsemane Could someone tell me what language Gethsemane is. I thought it was Latin, but I...
    Jack Kilmon Sep 15, 2011