Friday, August 14, 2009

The Top 20 Keywords Driving Traffic to This Site

The top 20 keywords driving traffic to this site from search engines (updated monthly on Alexa) are:

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We note that Codex Sinaiticus and textual criticism have now surpassed the devil's bible. Christian Askeland has moved into the top-20 with a coptic keyboard. Peter Head is sitll associated with something textual. I suppose randy harris is Rendell Harris, but who is charles agousi?

3 Comments:

The White Man said...

Charles AGOUSI was apparently the scribe who inserted the PA into the text of John 7-8. He left traces of his last name in the text at v. 3, but his first name has since disappeared from the margin. Google users are still looking for it.

maurice a robinson said...

Not only in the PA, but Mr Agousi inserted his name twice elsewhere within the Gospel of John (9:13; 18:28) -- only within that Gospel, and only in relation to someone being brought up on charges!

This thereby indicates that not only is Mr Agousi either a lawyer or police officer, but that the extended presence of the Agousi name in the Fourth Gospel beyond the PA should be recognized as a "Johannine stylistic characteristic" (this being so, despite all the tongue-in-cheek banter).

Christian Askeland said...

No, no, no. This is obviously a scribal-typographical error of charles agousi : charas agousi "They bring joys". There are similarities between Greek Alpha and Lambda, and E and S are near each other on the keyboard.