Mark

Literary Criticism as a path forward for Textual Criticism?

Tom is an interesting cat. I think he would like to, filled with a profound sense of mistrust, dispense with

Other Posts

The Qu’ran to get Critical

Already, there are outcries from some, minority, sectors in the Muslim world, but it seems that the projecting is proceeding.

Revelation

Revelation 21.24 – Textual Variant That Makes a Difference

Most textual variants simply do not make a difference to doctrine, however, there is one which I believe does have

Mark

Mark 9.43-50 – Textual Variants, Hell and Salt

This was brought up last week, and I thought we might explore it a bit more. One of the passages

Society and Religion

Accidental Discovery Pieces Together Ancient Biblical Manuscript

Two parts of an ancient biblical manuscript separated across centuries and continents were reunited for the first time in a

Scholarship

Reverencing the Text of the Bible

Thanks to Daniel for this insight. After a marvelous post, he concludes: I would suggest that retrojecting modern concepts of

Jeremiah

Scriptural Testimony to Preservation and the Need to have a Critical Text

Textual Criticism is a necessary enterprise for the Church. Since the very beginning, men (women are off the hook here

KJV

The KJVO Belief that God is an English only speaker

While reading this post, a commentator post a link to what we will examine below. One of the issues with