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The Future of New Testament Textual Scholarship

From H. C. Hoskier to the Editio Critica Maior and Beyond
Ed. by Garrick V. Allen

[Die Zukunft neutestamentlicher Textforschung. Von H. C. Hoskier zur Editio Critica Maior und darüber hinaus.]

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This volume examines the ways that recent changes in digital media and editing reflect historical changes to perceptions of the New Testament at the turn of the twentieth-century. The study of the texts and manuscripts of the New Testament fundamentally shapes how we interpret the corpus.
This volume fundamentally re-examines textual approaches to the New Testament and its manuscripts in the age of digital editing and media. Using the eccentric work of Herman Charles Hoskier as a shared foundation for analysis, contributors examine the intellectual history of New Testament textual scholarship and the production of critical editions, identify many avenues for further research, and discuss the methods and protocols for producing the most recent set of editions of the New Testament: the Editio Critica Maior. Instead of comprising the minute refinement of a basically acceptable text, textual scholarship on the New Testament is a vibrant field that impinges upon New Testament Studies in unexpected and unacknowledged ways.

Contributors:
Garrick V. Allen, J. K. Elliott, Gregory Peter Fewster, Peter J. Gurry, Juan Hernández Jr., H. A. G. Houghton, Annette Hüffmeier, Dirk Jongkind, Martin Karrer, Jennifer Wright Knust, Jan Krans, Thomas J. Kraus, Christina M. Kreinecker, Curt Niccum, D. C. Parker, Jacob Peterson, Stanley E. Porter, Catherine Smith, Jill Unkel, Klaus Wachtel, Tommy Wasserman, An-Ting Yi
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Garrick V. Allen Born 1988; 2015 PhD; Lecturer in New Testament Studies at Dublin City University, Republic of Ireland.

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In: New Testament Abstracts — 63 (2019), S. 336–337