The Text of the Gospels in Clement of Alexandria

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Society of Biblical Lit, 2008 - Religion - 370 pages
 

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Although some of the methodology employed in the research behind this book may be questionable, as a whole this is a well-written volume. Not only is it sure to raise questions about the "Older Is Better" adage, but it sheds light on the diversity of Clement's text; despite his geographic location, nevermore should Clement be simply called an "Alexandrian" witness. 

Contents

The Most Learned of All
1
Clement and the New Testament
20
Introduction to the Text and Critical Apparatus
45
Text and Apparatus
57
Quantitative Analysis
219
Group Profile Analysis
251
The Typology of Clements Readings
277
The Transmission of the Gospels in Alexandria
305
Indeterminable Gospel References
311
Catena Fragments and Latin References
336
The Gospel Text of Clements Opponents
339
Clement in the Apparatus of NA and UBS
343
Bibliography
355
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Carl P. Cosaert, Ph.D. (2005) in New Testament and Early Christianity, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, is Associate Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity at Walla Walla University.

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