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  • Sorry, Joe. I left the Bronze Age when I was 8. Let’s say we get back to TC and agree this is not the forum to teach science. Now, about this “original text”…….. Jack From: textualcriticism@^$1 [mailto:textualcriticism@^$2] Sent: Thursday, August 20, 2015 5:21 PM To: textualcriticism@^$3 Subject: RE: [textualcriticism] The elusive "Original Text" At If Polar Ice Caps...
    Jack Kilmon Aug 21
  • From: textualcriticism@^$1 [mailto:textualcriticism@^$2] Sent: Monday, August 17, 2015 11:06 PM To: textualcriticism@^$3 Subject: Re: [textualcriticism] The elusive "Original Text" Jack attempted to do some calculations here that just don't work. There were several assumptions that went into these calculations that included; (1) That condensation was the source of all flood water...
    Jack Kilmon Aug 20
  • From: textualcriticism@^$1 [mailto:textualcriticism@^$2] Sent: Wednesday, August 12, 2015 2:47 PM To: textualcriticism@^$3 Subject: Re: [textualcriticism] Re: The elusive "Original Text" Hi John, You wrote : In summation, my own view is that we ought to discover--to the best of our ability--the closest approximation to the original Scriptures, which fully take into account...
    Jack Kilmon Aug 16
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  • ...28 PM To: textualcriticism@^$3 Subject: Re: [textualcriticism] The elusive "Original Text" On 8/10/2015 3:40 PM, 'Jack Kilmon' jkilmon@^$4 [textualcriticism] wrote: quoting George, but; a lot of more pragmatic geologists believe long ages are BS. Successful Texas...
    Jack Kilmon Aug 16
  • From: textualcriticism@^$1 [mailto:textualcriticism@^$2] Sent: Friday, August 14, 2015 11:30 AM To: textualcriticism@^$3 Subject: Re: [textualcriticism] The elusive "Original Text" Thanks David for a good response. David Inglis wrote : George and Jack had the following exchange: Jack : Does your paradigm suppose such thing as a Noah’s flood actually happened? Geo : well...
    Jack Kilmon Aug 16
  • ...to strike a balance. Be good, Geo I try, George….honest I do but it’s soooo hard to do. J On 8/5/2015 2:13 PM, 'Jack Kilmon' jkilmon@^$4 [textualcriticism] wrote: Some books of the Tanakh and the NT originated with an author while others are “patches” over...
    Jack Kilmon Aug 12
  • The hand is certainly 2 nd century. The first edition of the Gospel of Matthew WAS the Greek edition which dates to the vicinity of 85-90 CE. It was common to use the paleo-Hebrew script for the Tetragrammaton. The Dead Sea Scroll scribes often used them even when using their native Aramaic square script. This 8Hev Greek reminds me of P46. It is a beautiful hand. It was placed in...
    Jack Kilmon Aug 5
  • Some books of the Tanakh and the NT originated with an author while others are “patches” over centuries. Does your paradigm suppose such thing as a Noah’s flood actually happened? Does that inform your textual analysis in a “pre- and post-flood” time frame? Regardless, obtaining an “original” autograph of a text is not possible unless one finds a papyrus in the...
    Jack Kilmon Aug 5
  • 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