Novum Testamentum Graecum, Editio Critica Maior VI/3.2: Revelation, Studies on Punctuation and Textual Structure (Hardcover)

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Novum Testamentum Graecum, Editio Critica Maior VI/3.2: Revelation, Studies on Punctuation and Textual Structure (Hardcover)

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The Institute for New Testament Textual Research in M nster is currently working on an entirely new edition of the Greek-language New Testament, the Editio Critica Maior, which will document the history of the Greek text through the first millennium on the basis of Greek manuscripts, old translations, and New Testament citations in ancient Christian literature that are of significance to the history of transmission. This edition, therefore, also provides information for answering further questions: How does a text change over the course of history, and why? How was a text received in the early Christian era? The original biblical text was also reconstructed once more in this connection with a newly developed method; in this process, it became evident that the existing text required extensive modification compared to the currently available editions of the Greek New Testament.

The fourth volume (Volume VI/3.2) contains studies on punctuation and text structure, as there is a particular focus on these aspects in the volume on Revelation.
Product Details ISBN: 9783438056221
ISBN-10: 3438056224
Publisher: Hendrickson Academic
Publication Date: September 2nd, 2024
Pages: 488
Language: English