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The Oxford Debate On The Textual Criticism Of The New Testament

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The Oxford Debate On The Textual Criticism Of The New Testament by Edward Miller
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This book is the record of a debate held at Oxford University in 1897 by noted scholars of the day. Edward Miller was the assistant to Dean John William Burgon. He printed the text of the debate with the approval of the participants. The debate was about the two methods of textual criticism: (1) the method of Bishop B. F. Westcott and F. J. A. Hort, and (2) the method of Dean John William Burgon. Dean Burgon supported the Traditional Text and Westcott and Hort supported a text they constructed from two old manuscripts.
Release date NZ
April 15th, 2009
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Country of Publication
United States
Illustrations
black & white illustrations
Imprint
Old Paths Publications, Incorporated
Pages
96
Dimensions
152x229x5
ISBN-13
9780982223017
Product ID
2968820

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