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By David Trobisch

ISBN-10: 1589839366

ISBN-13: 9781589839366

This consultant introduces the advanced re-creation of the Nestle-Aland Novum Testamentum Graece, 28 variation, explaining its constitution, the text-critical gear and appendices, and the ideas of the hot variation.

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Has the marginal apparatus of references been revised for the entire edition or only for part of NA28? (vi) About the History of the Edition (46*–53*) a. What two tasks did the editors try to accomplish when revising the apparatus? (48*) -27- 28 A USER’S GUIDE TO THE NESTLE-ALAND 28 b. Why did the editors make several changes to the text of the Catholic Letters? (48*) c. How often was the text of the Catholic Letters changed from the text of the 27th edition? (50*–51*) d. Within the Catholic Letters, the rhomb (♦) is applied as a critical symbol.

Why are the abbreviations “act” and “cath” used intermittently? (86*) d. What kind of variant is listed in Appendix II? (87*) e. Appendix III lists quotations from and allusions to the Old Testament, the Apocrypha, and non-Christian Greek writers. Why are some references printed in italics? (87*) f. Where in NA28 are the Latin abbreviations explained? (88*) 2. 2. What Is the “Majority Text” (????)? The term “Majority Text” (????) makes a statement about the frequency of a text variant. It is a fact that at any given place in the text, when all variants are listed, the overwhelming majority of the manuscripts will have the same variant.

Exercise a. In the apparatus for Romans 15:23 the critical sign ⸁ refers to a variant in F that is not fully explained. Where can you find the exact reading in NA28 (→ solution)? 3 NA28 AS AN EDITION FOR SCHOLARS The following comments address strengths and limitations of NA28 as a resource for scholars. They are written for colleagues engaged as academic teachers and researchers who are familiar with previous editions of the Nestle-Aland. 1. Changes between the 27th and 28th Editions Editio Minor Perhaps the greatest difference between the 27th and the 28th editions lies in the Nestle-Aland’s new concept of becoming the editio minor to the Editio Critica Maior (ECM).

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