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Parker, David C.

Manuscripts, Texts, Theology

Collected Papers 1977-2007

Series:Arbeiten zur neutestamentlichen Textforschung 40

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    July 2009
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    Aims and Scope

    David C. Parker is one of the world’s foremost specialists in the study of the New Testament text and of Greek and Latin manuscripts. In addition to editions, monographs and more popular writings, he has published many articles on different aspects of textual criticism. This volume brings together twentyfive of them in a revised and updated version.
    The collection is divided into three topics. The first deals with manuscript studies. As well as three very different studies of Codex Bezae, there are articles and reports on individual manuscripts and classes of manuscripts and reports on visits to libraries. The second section has the theme of textual criticism. It includes broader studies dealing with the theory of the discipline and more detailed discussions of particular problems, including translations into Latin, techniques for grouping Greek manuscripts, and the comparison of modern editions. The third section contains papers in which Parker has discussed the often overlooked relationship between textual criticism and theology. These studies explore particular textual problems and their wider significance, and cover topics as varied as “Jesus and Textual Criticism”, “Calvin’s Biblical Text” and “The Early Tradition of Jesus’ Sayings on Divorce”.

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    David C. Parker, University of Birmingham, U.K.


    "Manuscripts, Texts, Theology ist eine Fundgrube fur den textkritisch interessierten Leser und eine Herausforderung fur einen jeden, der in diesem Bereich arbeitet, sich in gleicherWeise einer jedenHandschrift mit hoherWertschatzung zu widmen, in der Beobachtung strenge Sorgfalt walten zu lassen und textkritische Schlussfolgerungen mit Umsicht aufzustellen."
    K. Martin Heide in: Biblische Zeitschrift 2//2010

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