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Textual Criticism

About this Class:



Lecture 1:
Introduction to New Testament Textual Criticism


Lecture 2:
How to Count Textual Variants


Lecture 3:
The Number of Variants


Lecture 4:
Weighing the Discrepancies


Lecture 5:
Recent Attempts to Change the Goals of NT Textual Criticism


Lecture 6:
Materials and Methods in Making Ancient Books


Lecture 7:
The Materials Used for Making a Codex Manuscript


Lecture 8:
A Brief History of the Transmission of the Text


Lecture 9:
The Role of the Canon in Shaping the NT Text


Lecture 10:
The Emergence of Local Text Forms


Lecture 11:
Illustrations of Scribal Corruptions (Part 1)


Lecture 12:
Illustrations of Scribal Corruptions (Part 2)


Lecture 13:
Some Famous Papyri Manuscripts (Part 1)


Lecture 14:
Some Famous Papyri Manuscripts (Part 2)


Lecture 15:
Some Famous Majuscule Manuscripts (Part 1)


Lecture 16:
Some Famous Majuscule Manuscripts (Part 2)


Lecture 17:
Resources for NT Manuscripts


Lecture 18:
Resources for NT Manuscripts: CSNTM


Lecture 19:
The Greek Text Behind the KJV


Lecture 20:
The Greek Text of the KJV (Part 2)


Lecture 21:
Textus Receptus/Doctrine of Preservation


Lecture 22:
Tischendorf and the Discovery of Sinaiticus (Part 1)


Lecture 23:
Tischendorf and the Discovery of Sinaiticus (Part 2)


Lecture 24:
History of NT Textual Criticism Since the TR


Lecture 25:
Who Were Westcott & Hort?


Lecture 26:
Reasoned Eclecticism (Part 1)


Lecture 27:
Reasoned Eclecticism (Part 2)


Lecture 28:
Reasoned Eclecticism (Part 3)


Lecture 29:
Some Famous Textual Problems (Part 1)


Lecture 30:
Some Famous Textual Problems (Part 2)


Lecture 31:
Some Famous Textual Problems (Part 3)


Lecture 32:
Some Famous Textual Problems: Matthew 24:36


Lecture 33:
Some Famous Textual Problems: John 7:53-8:11


Lecture 34:
Some Famous Textual Problems: Mark 16:9-20


Lecture 35:
Which Translation is Best?


Lecture 36:
Is What We Have Now What They Wrote?