A Critical Study of the Euthalian Apparatus by Louis Charles Willard

By Louis Charles Willard

"Manuscripts of the recent testomony" usually include, as well as the textual content, supplementary details akin to excerpts from the Fathers, bankruptcy lists, citation lists, introductions to sections, for instance, the Pauline letters, and to person books. The 'Euthalian equipment' is the identify given to 1 such selection of is helping to the reader. regrettably, the connection of some of the elements, the id of the writer, the time of the writing, and the provenance stay doubtful. This paintings collects, summarizes, and analyzes the occasionally disparate released scholarship at the gear via 1970. The bibliography updates the unique bibliography via 2007 and comprises newly pointed out, past bibliographic references.

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75. 30 Exod. 32:1, not 30:1, as Z 418, which is corrected in M 642D. 226 Download Date | 1/23/12 1:31 PM 38 Part One: Major Pieces XV, correctly attributed to Deuteronomy, were it not for the fact that XV is correctly attributed to Exodus at 7:40. 31 There are a number of facts and probabilities with which we need to deal. First, the tradition of thirty-one quotations in Acts seems rather firm. Many manuscripts that do not follow 181 in omitting XXIV, but rather adjust the consequent figures to conclude with a correct number of thirty to match the actual number of quotations, nevertheless claim thirty-one at the head or conclusion of the lists.

In succeeding paragraphs we are going to discuss a number of discrepancies in this idealized form, but for the moment, let us note the contrasts that, even in conception, these various lists present. Now, it must be observed that it is a presumption that the lists ought to be co-ordinate, either the short and the long lists for the same section, e. , the Pauline epistles, or between the long lists for analogous sections, e. , the Pauline and Catholic epistles. ; M 640Af. 20 The pqocq\llata for the short tables of the Pauline and Catholic epistles are identical except for obvious changes.

Af and Exod. af, respectively, although each of these sources was cited previously in James (I and II). 16 Thus, in 1 Peter, I is Lev. bf ; VII is Exod. bf ; XIII and XIV are Prov. bf and cf, following James IV, which is Prov. af ; 2 Peter III is Prov. df, instead of Prov. af as in Zacagni’s representation. In the Catholic epistles, there are no instances of double citations; however, Matthew and John are each cited (Matthew twice: 2 Peter I at 1:18 and II at 2:20; and John, 1 John I, at 1:5). There are also citations of apocryphal sources, namely the Apocryphon of Moses ( Jude I at 9) and the Apocryphon of Enoch ( Jude II at 14).

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