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Jesus ca. 6 B.C. - ca. A.D. 30
Paul ca. A.D. 10 - ca. 67

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Philosophy in Christian Antiquity by Christopher Stead

New Testament Gospels

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Paul and the Early Church

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A Site Inspired by the New Testament Encyclopedia of  Textual Criticism

This page is not affiliated with the Encyclopedia, and there is no particular reason to think the articles here will appear in the Encyclopedia. I just thought the idea was so good that I decided to create my own version of some of the articles pending the appearance of the real thing. It should also be noted that I (Robert Waltz) am not a recognized textual critic, and that the information on this page has not been peer reviewed.

 

Interpreting Ancient Manuscripts Web

The main focus of this website is on the process used to study the ancient manuscripts upon which the New Testament is based. While the language discussed is Greek, almost everything is explained with transliterations into English and, where applicable, translations from standard English Bibles. 

 

Catalogue of New Testament Papyri & Codices 2nd—10th Centuries

by K. C. Hanson: this is a useful, well laid-out catalogue featuring introductory bibliography and a special page on P52.  

 

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