By Charles Landon
The writer writes within the culture of C.H. Turner, G.D. Kilpatrick and J.K. Elliott, and makes an attempt a reconstruction of the Greek textual content of Jude in keeping with the explanation of thoroughgoing eclecticism. The goals of his learn are to use an eclectic method of the solution of textual difficulties in Jude, and to figure out the level to which the textual content of Jude released within the United Bible Societies' Greek New testomony (GNT4) is a fabricated from the eclectic excellent. during this paintings, eclecticism is outlined intimately, differences being made among eclectic generalism, rational feedback, and thoroughgoing eclecticism. every one of ninety five edition devices is analysed separately and the gear supplied for every unit exhibits as a lot version as attainable in a compact form.
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Pp. 39-41; J. ' JBL 95 (1976), pp. O. 2-16 and Paul's Views Regarding Women', JBL 94 (1975), pp. D. Fee, The First Epistle to the Corinthians (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1987), pp. H. Petzer, 'Reconsidering the Silent Women 1. Introduction 35 Lk. 34 and 1 Cor. 34-35 illustrates that the theological canon can be interpreted in different ways. However, the solution is surely to examine whether a given theological hypothesis coheres with other factors such as style and context. Whereas Petzer at Lk. 34 separates and isolates stylistic and theological evidence to underscore its inconclusivity, Nolland at the same variation unit and Ellis at 1 Cor.
22, Tit. 15, Phlm 25, Heb. 20, 1 Pet. 21, 2 Jn 13, 3 Jn 15, and Rev. 21. If there were no examples of anr|v in New Testament doxologies 119. Elliott, Timothy and Titus, 82. 120. Metzger, Textual Commentary, pp. 592-93. 121. Metzger, Textual Commentary, p. 61. 1. Introduction 43 firm in the tradition, then the perception that cc|if|v is a liturgical addition at all of these verses would be difficult to oppose. But the inclusion of a|iT|v in the doxology at Jude 25 is universally attested and is not opposed by the UBS editors.
28; Rom. 5; Gal. 12; and Heb. 91 Fee contended further that scribes tended to refrain from Atticizing non-Greek expressions. 96 91. Epp and Fee, Theory and Method, p. 134. 92. Martini, 'Eclecticism and Atticism', p. 153. 93. Elliott, Essays and Studies, pp. 65-66. D. D. Kilpatrick, pp. D. Kilpatrick, pp. 195-200. 94. K. Elliott, 'Phrynichus' Influence on the Textual Tradition of the New Testament', ZNW 63 (1972), pp. 133-38; idem, 'Moeris and the Textual Tradition of the Greek New Testament', Essays in Honour of George D.
A Text-Critical Study of the Epistle of Jude by Charles Landon