In Numerals in Early Greek New Testament Manuscripts, Zachary J. Cole examines the distinctively Christian method of number-writing shared by early scribes and illustrates its relevance for textual criticism, Christian material and visual culture, codicology, and theology.
This synopsis contains a range of accounts in English about the birth and infancy of Mary and of Jesus. They are set out in small units to demonstrate the development of these stories in non-canonical literature found in differing languages and cultures.
Dieter T. Roth, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz
In The Text of Marcion’s Gospel Dieter T. Roth offers a new, critical reconstruction of Marcion’s Gospel on the basis of which significant issues in the study of early Christianity can be considered anew.
In A Study of the Gospels in Codex Alexandrinus W. Andrew Smith delivers a fresh and highly-detailed examination of the codex and its rich variety of features using codicology, palaeography, and statistical analysis.
Edited by Peter Doble, University of Leeds and Jeffrey Kloha, Concordia Seminary
The methodology of New Testament textual criticism, the critical evaluation of readings, and the history and texts of early Christianity is the focus of the influential work of J. K. Elliott. Readings in Early Christianity: Texts and Traditions offers eighteen essays on these topics in his honour.
James M. Leonard, Louisiana State University and Loyola University New Orleans
James M. Leonard analyzes the very important early Coptic manuscript of Matthew’s Gospel, Codex Schøyen. Through a careful translational analysis, he shows how its close alliance with Vaticanus and Sinaiticus helps identify an earlier text form which they mutually reflect.
Edited by Jenny Read-Heimerdinger, University of Wales, and Josep Rius-Camps, Facultat de Teologia de Cataluny, in collaboration with Enric Muñarch
The aim of Read-Heimerdinger – Rius-Camps' new Gospel Synopsis is to enhance the study of the Synoptic Gospels and provide insights into the synoptic problem through a clear presentation of the Greek text according to two divergent manuscripts