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Studies in the Early Text of the Gospels and Acts: The Papers of the First Birmingham Colloquium on the Textual Criticism of the New Testament
D. G. K. Taylor
Publication Date
April 2000



—D. C. Parker

Foreword to the American Edition
—James R. Adair Jr.

The Oxford Debate on the Textual Criticism of the New Testament, Held at New College on May 6, 1897: An End, Not a Beginning, for the Textus Receptus
—J. L. North

Beyond the Interlude? Developments and Directions in New Testament Textual Criticism
—L. W. Hurtado

The Syriac Evidence for the “Pre-Johannine Text” of the Gospel: A Study in Method
—J. W. Childers

The Construction of Biblical Certainty: Textual Optimism and the United Bible Societies’ Greek New Testament
—K. D. Clarke and K. Bales

Using Probability Theory as a Key to Unlock Textual History
—G. Farthing

The Significance of Non-continuous New Testament Textual Materials in Papyri
—S. R. Pickering

The Relevance of Literary Criticism for the Text of the New Testament: A Study of Mark’s Traditions on John the Baptist
—E. Güting

The Beatitudes of “The Mourning” and “The Weeping”: Matthew 5:4 and Luke 6:21b
—T. Baarda

The Dura-Europos Gospel Harmony
—D. C. Parker, D. G. K. Taylor, M. S. Goodacre

Where Is Emmaus? Clues in the Text of Luke 24 in Codex Bezae
—J. Read-Heimerdinger

La Utilización del Libro de Joel (Jl 2,28–32a LXX) en el Discurso de Pedro (Hch 2,14–21): Estudio Comparativo de Dos Tradiciones Manuscritas
—J. Rius-Camps