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The Critical Handbook of the Greek New Testament
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The Critical Handbook of the Greek New Testament


Harper & Brothers 1896

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It has been said that the task of exegesis cannot happen without first reconstructing the original text of Scripture through textual criticism. This classic text guides readers through New Testament criticism and is dedicated to ministers of the Word who “desire to know ‘the certainty of the words wherein they have been instructed.’” In part one, Edward Cushing Mitchell presents data from historical, pagan, and Christian sources on the New Testament text. Part two tells the story of the New Testament canon, and part three chronicles the textual tradition of the New Testament, covering different manuscript families and types, as well as principles of textual criticism.

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Key Features

  • Guides readers through textual criticism of the New Testament
  • Presents data from a wide variety of sources
  • Enhances analytical study of the New Testament

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About Edward Cushing Mitchell

Edward Cushing Mitchell (1829–1900), DD, was president of Leland University in New Orleans.

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