This is Sort of Neat

Codex Bezae Cantabrigiensis is now on line (just like Sinaiticus). Of course, Bezae is the Living Bible Paraphrase of the ancient church, so, it’s truly odd. In any case, if you would like to see the earliest extant example of the Pericope Adulterae (John 7:53-8:11) in the manuscript tradition, click here, and go to page 236. Look for the line …

A Disputatio From the Past

This discussion keeps coming up, so, I am thankful I was given permission to post a brief written “disputatio” between myself and Douglas Wilson on the topic of the “Ecclesiastical Text.” Though we were limited to very brief statements (115 words) I think even this little discussion illustrated the problems with the Ecclesiastical Text theory. It sounds great, but there …

Doulos in a Possible ESV Revision

Rod Decker expresses his thoughts on the ESV possibly rendering doulos to “bondservant” instead of the current rendered “slave.”