In "A Study in Textual Criticism", from Princeton Theological Review 1.1 (1903), William Thomas Whitley demonstrates conclusively that the canons used to redacted critical editions of the New Testament are simply incorrect.
"A dozen intelligent Christians were desired to copy exactly two...
I found this exhaustive breakdown of the Critical / Majority / Confessional views really helpful. Appologies if it has already been shared. It’s a long read but worth it if you’d like to see...
Recently, the podcast coming out of Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary put out an interview with Christian McShaffrey and Brett Mahlen discussing their work and thought when it comes to textual criticism. They are both advocates of what is commonly called the "traditional text...
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I have been listening to R. Grant Jones' YouTube channel recently. I think it is quite excellent. He does some very thorough analysis of the issues which relate to Bible translation and textual criticism. And I have found that he is fairly well balanced. He is not beholden to partisanship, and I...
I have a question regarding the charge against earlier manuscripts in saying that they are corrupted. I am not saying that all who hold to the Majority text view or the Received Text do this, but I have noticed many state that they believe the manuscripts to be corrupt (though the best...
As some may know from other threads I have started, I am currently trying to find my way through the wilderness that is Bible versions and their underlying manuscripts. I have been reading past discussions on this topic, of which there is no shortage, but I am no closer to a personal conviction...