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Fun in Vaticanus: Citations and Divisions

Greek students, what are the cardinal rules you were taught in Bible College and or Seminary about the basic features of Greek manuscripts?  There is no versification, there is no punctuation, there are no formal citations, there are no paragraph … Continue reading

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Fun in Vaticanus: Some More Features

I am continuing to find a number of interesting features in Codex Vaticanus.  The first example is taken from Matthew 3:7, the second is taken from Matthew 3:11-12. If a word ends in a “Ν” and there is no room … Continue reading

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Fun in Vaticanus: A Mysterious Lamed

I am re-reading through the Greek version of Matthew 3 in order to revise one of my papers from Seminary in hopes of submitting it to the Regional meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society.  So…why not do my reading in … Continue reading

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