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Über Die Möglichkeit Der Identifikation Kleiner Fragmente Neutestamentlicher Handschriften Mit Hilfe Des Computers

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J. O'Callaghan efforts to recovery of New Testament texts from the papyrus fragments in Cave 7 of Qumran have failed can be no doubt. In defense of his method O'Callaghan has now understood that otherwise even small fragments of biblical texts were identified, without this contradiction was found. The "fragment identification program" to explain the compilations, is designed so that not only identified reference and text expression are delivered, but in each case also indicated the same, to which point (the text is counted) meets the required combination of letters. Figures represent a great relief, but they allow it to recognize at first glance, the distance between the combinations of letters entered. This is to check whether the proposed computer possibility seriously be considered, decisively facilitated. The most impressive examples cited by O'Callaghan put the reader near the conclusion.

Keywords: New Testament; J. O'Callaghan; computer; Qumran



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