Novum Testamentum Graecum, Editio Critica Maior: Chapters 15-28, part 1.2
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The Editio Critica Maior documents the history of the Greek text through the first millennium on the basis of Greek manuscripts, old translations, and citations in ancient Christian literature. The edition provides indispensable information for answering questions like: How did the text initially look like? How did it change over the course of history, and why? How was it received in the early Christian era? In the course of preparing the edition, the initial biblical text was reconstructed again, based on a newly developed method. In this process, it became evident that the text requires extensive modification compared to the currently available editions of the Greek New Testament.

After the publication of volume IV (Catholic Epistles), now volume III is available. It comprises the entire text of the Acts of the Apostles. For this volume, the initial text has been re-examined which led to 52 changes compared to the text printed in Nestle-Aland Novum Testamentum Graece 27th/28th edition and the UBS Greek New Testament 4th/5th edition.

Volume III consists of three parts: The first part (III/1) is the text with exhaustive textual apparatus. It comes in two books (III/1.1: chapter 1-14, III/1.2: chapter 15-28 [this work]). The second part (III/2) provides supplementary material. The third part offers a commentary on selected cases as well as many additional studies on the textual transmission of Acts.

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Format: Hardcover
Number of Pages: 590
Vendor: German Bible Society
Publication Date: 2017
ISBN: 1683071441
ISBN-13: 9781683071440
Series: Editio Critica Maior

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The Editio Critica Maior (ECM) provides the full range of resources necessary for scholar research in establishing the text and reconstructing the history of the New Testament text during its first thousand years. These include: • all the variants found in the selected Greek manuscripts and in citations by the Greek Fathers • the evidence of the three most important early versions (Latin, Coptic and Syriac) where they witness to variants in the Greek text, • the evidence of other versions (Armenian, Georgian, Old Church Slavonic and Ethiopic) where they witness to variants in the Greek text, and to the extent they are available in editions. The supplementary studies support the textual decisions. It contains descriptions of New Testament manuscripts, with definitions of their textual character in the light of the total evidence, and an arrangement of the manuscripts and manuscript groups by their role in the development of the text. This promotes greater clarity in the definition of external criteria for decisions on variant readings, guarantees a more thorough perspective of the textual scene, and stimulates further research. A textual commentary discusses all passages where difficulties are found in textual tradition.

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