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Rethinking New Testament Textual Criticism [Paperback]

By David Alan Black (Editor)
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In this concise guide, leading scholars survey the discipline and present three current approaches to determining the text of the New Testament.

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New Testament textual criticism is an important but often overlooked field of study. Results drawn from textual studies bear important consequences for interpreting the New Testament and cannot be ignored by serious students of Scripture. This book introduces current issues in New Testament textual criticism and surveys the various methods used to determine the original text among variant readings.
These essays from Eldon Jay Epp, Michael Holmes, J. K. Elliott, Maurice Robinson, and Moises Silva provide readers with an excellent introduction to the field of New Testament textual criticism.

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Studio: Baker Academic
Pages   158
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 8.34" Width: 5.54" Height: 0.42"
Weight:   0.49 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   Apr 5, 2012
Publisher   Baker Academic
ISBN  0801022800  
ISBN13  9780801022807  


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Register your artisan biography and upload your photo! David Alan Black (D.Theol., University of Basel) is professor of New Testament and Greek at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. David R. Beck (Ph.D., Duke University) is associate professor of New Testament and Greek at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary.

David Alan Black currently resides in Oxford, in the state of North Carolina. David Alan Black was born in 1959.

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A work of confidently recommended scholarship  Feb 7, 2003
Compiled and edited by David Alan Black, (Professor of New Testament and Greek, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary) Rethinking New Testament Textual Criticism is a selection of essays by five learned authors concerning interpretations of the New Testament and the various methods to determine the original text among conflicting readings. Topics addressed include the case for reasoned eclecticism versus the case for thoroughgoing eclecticism, the case for a Byzantine priority, and more in a thoughtful account that spans debate from the nineteenth to the twenty-first centuries. The essayists include: Eldon Jay Epp (Issues in New Testament Textual Criticism: Moving from the Nineteenth Century to the Twenty-First Century); Michael W. Holmes (The Case for Reasoned Eclecticism); J. K. Elliott (The Case for Thoroughgoing Eclecticism); Maurice A. Robinson (The Case for Byzantine Priority); and Moises Silva (Response). Enhanced with both a Subject Index and a Scripture Index, Rethinking New Testament Textual Criticism is a work of confidently recommended scholarship and a welcome contribution to Christian Studies reference collections and reading lists.
 
Some things to think about...  Jan 15, 2003
This is an excellent book that tries to fairly portray the three major streams of N.T. Textual Criticism; Reasoned Eclecticism, Thoroughgoing Eclecticism, and Byzantine Priority. Eldon Jay Epp writes an extensive introduction and talks about some of the main issue facing modern textual criticism. He is followed by Michael Holmes who presents the case for Reasoned Eclecticism. Then J.K Elliott argues for Thoroughgoing Eclecticism, and Maurice Robinson sublimely conveys the Byzantine Priority point of view. Moises Silva consummates the book with a tongue in cheek critique of the all of the views presented, making no apologies for his own bias in doing so. All in all, an excellent book, Epps article was especially engaging, and I'm afraid the dust is still settling in my attic. This book is definitely worth the price.
 
Some things to think about...  Jan 15, 2003
This is an excellent book that tries to fairly portray the three major streams of N.T. Textual Criticism; Reasoned Eclecticism, Thoroughgoing Eclecticism, and Byzantine Priority. Eldon Jay Epp writes an extensive introduction and talks about some of the main issue facing modern textual criticism. He is followed by Michael Holmes who presents the case for Reasoned Eclecticism. Then J.K Elliott argues for Thoroughgoing Eclecticism, and Maurice Robinson sublimely conveys the Byzantine Priority point of view. Moises Silva consummates the book with a tongue in cheek critique of the all of the views presented, making no apologies for his own bias in doing so. All in all, an excellent book, Epps article was especially engaging, and I'm afraid the dust is still settling in my attic. This book is definitely worth the price.
 

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