Dieter T. Roth, Ph.D. (2009), University of Edinburgh, is Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter at the Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz. He has published numerous contributions to edited volumes and articles on Marcion’s Gospel.
Academic libraries, specialists in early Christianity, NT textual critics, and scholars interested in the variety of issues related to the Gospels in the second century.
'...a magnificent achievement. The text [...] will now replace that of von Harnack, and will no doubt be much photocopied by New Testament scholars and patrologists for decades to come. [...] method and textual commentary will be widely read.'
Simon Gathercole, Cambridge, Journal of Ecclesiastical History, Vo. 68 No. 1, January 2017
"Dieter T. Roth is to be commended for his reconstruction of Marcion’s Gospel. His meticulous citation habits, knowledge of his sources, and
cautious discussion engender trust for his textual decisions. Although it is a book for specialists, The Text of Marcion’s Gospel is sure to be a standard reference work for those studying Marcion, textual criticism, and second-century Christianity for many years." – Elijah Hixson, University of Edinburgh, in: Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, March 2016
"authoritative reference work [...] new and significant contribution to scholarship by presenting a reconstructed text of Marcon's Gospel based on a rigorous and thoroughgoing source and text-critical method. [...] major piece of scholarship, which will be consulted widely for many decades to come." – Paul Foster, University of Edinburgh, in: The Expository Times 127/2
'Roth ist die Rekonstruktion eines Arbeitstextes gelungen, dessen Quellenwert differenziert diskutiert und dargeboten wird. Damit liegt nun endlich eine Edition von Markions Evangelium vor, die Harnacks Rekonstruktion ersetzen kann.'
Angela Standhartinger, Theologische Revue 112, Nr. 5, 2016
Table of contents
2: History of Research
3: Sources and Methodology
4: Tertullian as a Source: Multiple Citations
5: Tertullian as a Source: Citations only in Adversus Marcionem
6: Epiphanius as a Source
7: The Adamantius Dialogue as a Source
8: Additional Sources
9: Reconstruction of Marcion’s Gospel
10: Initial Conclusions and Avenues for Future Research