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The Scribe Of P75

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P75 originally contained at least the Gospels of Luke and John, and dates from about 200. This chapter presents a discourse on scribe of P75 in the context of various topcs, including the possible corrections to another Vorlage, transpositions as corrected leaps, harmonizations to the context , and theological changes. Four of the 6 singular omissions of more than one word, and 2 of those of one word may have resulted from scribal leaps. The one singular in P75 that involves a proper name, Luke 16:19, has received more attention than any other. After a brief survey of the history of research into the "Western noninterpolations," Parsons notes that the trend toward adopting the longer text in recent years is in no little measure a result of P75. The chapter also examines Parsons's treatment of P75.

Keywords: Gospels of Luke; nonsense singulars; orthographic singulars; Parsons; scribe of P75; Vorlage



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