Daily Gleanings: Textual Criticism (27 November 2019)

Peter Gurry distills five lessons about textual criticism for budding scholars.

There will naturally be different areas of interest and expertise. But Peter’s core point in all of his lessons is that textual criticism isn’t something you can afford to ignore if you’re dealing with the biblical text, even if your key interests lie elsewhere.

For all five of Peter’s lessons and his expansions on them, see his original post.

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