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The International Greek New Testament Project’s Volumes On The Gospel Of Luke

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This chapter treats of the International Greek New Testament Projects (IGNTP) Luke volumes. Since 1942 an American team under Colwell and including Parvis and Wikgren had been contemplating preparing a new Tischendorf. Once again the same clarion call using Tischendorf s example was sounded. And once again scholars in one country seemed unaware that similar plans were afoot in another country. The repetition of this piece of history may, in view of the date, be excusable as Anglo-American cooperation in the early forties was concentrated on more pressing matters than textual variation in the Greek New Testament. Eventually contact was made between the British and American scholars, cooperation was established in 1948 and from it the IGNTP was born in 1951. Forty years after this cooperation began the first fascicule of the collaborative workour volume on Lukewas published.

Keywords: International Greek New Testament Project (IGNTP); Luke volumes



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