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Two Parchments Witnessing First Timothy 1

In 2007, I put together a PDF that discussed two parchments classed as majuscules (0259 and 0262). The editio princeps of these was published in: Kurt Treu, “Neue neutestamentliche Fragmente der Berliner Papyrussammlung”, Archiv für Papyrusforschung 18, 1966. 140 more words

Episode 154: The Three Phases of Textual Fluidity

This is something that I have been using recently in some dissertation chapters and a journal article I just sent out that I think needs to be teased out just a bit more. 920 more words

Inerrancy from the Peanut Gallery

I had a commenter leave a few challenges against the doctrine of inerrancy under a recent post of mine. He asked in such a way that he comes across pious and reverent of God’s Word, but I believe he is insincere. 2,017 more words

Biblical Studies

2015 Reading List: Canon Revisited

Kruger, Michael J. Canon Revisited: Establishing the Origins and Authority of the New Testament Books.

There are two kinds of objections to the accepted New Testament canon: those who reject it outright as false (the  402 more words

Reading Log

The Lively Oracles

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

“This is he, that was in the church in the wilderness with the angel which spake to him in the mount Sina, and with our fathers: who received the lively oracles to give unto us” 345 more words

Sound Doctrine

Discovering Nuances in the Greek: An Evaluation of Eph. 5:21-25...

As mentioned in my last post, Greek has been reviving my interest in the Biblical text. Learning all the different features of how the grammar works provides a whole new sense of understanding the text. 1,233 more words

Paul

The Q&A Series: Part 2

As some of my readers may know, there are public websites out there which allow subscribers to ask questions on various subject to which other subscribers can then post answers to. 410 more words

Christianity