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A Course of Developed Criticism on Passages of the New Testament Materially Affected by Various Readings
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A Course of Developed Criticism on Passages of the New Testament Materially Affected by Various Readings

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Samuel Bagster and Sons n.d.

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Overview

This unique text offers a textual analysis of the New Testament, focusing on passages significantly affected by variant readings in the manuscript tradition. While the vast majority of alternate readings dealt with in textual criticism consist of largely inconsequential variations such as spelling, the interpretation and exegesis of several passages is notably affected by which variant is adopted. It is these passages that Thomas Sheldon Green deals with in this helpful study.

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Key Features

  • Analyzes the New Testament
  • Focuses on passages with alternate readings
  • Examines the effect of textual variants on biblical interpretation

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About Thomas Sheldon Green

Thomas Sheldon Green (1803–1876) was a fellow of Christ’s College, Cambridge, and headmaster of the grammar school Ashby de la Souch.