Thanks to Ron's (Philologos) recommendation of [url=http://www.bible-researcher.com]Bible-Researcher[/url] (which is an excellent site), I found some relevant online information concerning the Majority Text, an issue that keeps coming out in the forum these days.[b]Against:[/b] [url=http://www.bible.org/docs/soapbox/inspiration.htm]Inspiration, Preservation, and New Testament Textual Criticism[/url] by Daniel B. Wallace [url=http://www.bible.org/docs/soapbox/91b2.htm]The Majority and Original Text: Are They Identical?[/url] by Daniel B. Wallace [url=http://www.bible.org/docs/soapbox/89c3.htm]Some Second Thoughts On the Majority Text[/url] by Daniel B. Wallace [b]For:[/b] [url=http://purl.org/TC/vol06/Robinson2001.html]New Testament Textual Criticism: The Case for Byzantine Priority[/url] by Maurice A. Robinson
Thanks SamRobinson is a professional 'Textual Critic' although his views are oftne attacked. It was Robinson I had in mind when I said that there were well regarded textual criticism scholars who held to the majority view.Robinson would be the chief spokesman of this group. I am creating a pdf with hyperlinks for anyone who would like a copy.
Robinson would be the chief spokesman of this group [i][of scholars who advocate the use of the Majority Text][/i]. I am creating a pdf with hyperlinks for anyone who would like a copy.
How close are the Majority Text and the modern critical text when compared with each other? 95%? 98%?