Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Michael Holmes Festschrift
(Table of Contents)

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Mike was presented with a Festschrift at SBL. Congratulations to him and the editors and all the contributors (see below). Dan Gurtner presenting the book to Mike (HT HH); the cover (HT JH); and the contents.





Contents
Foreword ix

Bart D. Ehrman
Abbreviations
 xv

Contributors xx
Introduction 1
Daniel M. Gurtner, Juan Hernández Jr. and Paul Foster

Part 1

Text Criticism

1    The Late Constantin Tischendorf and Codex Sinaiticus: New Testament
Textual Criticism without Them—An Exercise in Erasure History 15
Eldon Jay Epp
2 Patristic Evidence in the Apparatus Criticus of a Greek New
Testament 55

J.K. Elliott

3    Nestle-Aland 28 and the Revision of the Apocalypse’s Textual
History 71
Juan Hernández Jr.
4    The Edition of the Greek New Testament: A Plea and a Challenge 82
      Jean-François Racine
5    Codex 2193 and Family 1 in Mark 100
      Amy Anderson
6    Water and Blood and Matthew 27:49: A Johannine Reading in the
Matthean Passion Narrative? 138

Daniel M. Gurtner

7   Of Fish and Men: Comparative, Text-Critical and Papyrological Remarks on Matthew 13:47–50 and the Gospel of Thomas 8 155

Christina M. Kreinecker

     8    The Son’s Ignorance in Matthew 24:36: An Exercise in Textual and
Redaction Criticism 182

Daniel B. Wallace

9            A Fresh Analysis of P.Oxyrhynchus 1228 (𝔓22) as Artifact 210
   Larry W. Hurtado
10        Rightly Dividing the Word: Uncovering an Early Template for Textual Division in John’s Gospel                            221

Charles E. Hill

11        Asterius ‘the Sophist’ of Cappadocia: Citations from the Gospel of John as Attested in the Theological Fragments                                                                              243
Roderic L. Mullen
12        A Text-Critical Examination of the Johannine Variation 262
James R. Royse
13        The Selection of Greek Manuscripts to be Included in the International Greek New Testament Project’s Edition of John in the Editio Critica Maior 291

David C. Parker, Klaus Wachtel, Bruce Morrill and Ulrich Schmid

     14   A Longer Text of Paul: Romans to Galatians in Codex
Wernigerodensis (VL 58) 333

H.A.G. Houghton

15        A Short Textual Commentary on Galatians 349
Tommy Wasserman
16        The Text of Galatians 4:25a 376
Christopher M. Tuckett
17        On the Marcionite Prologues to the Letters of Paul 393
Dirk Jongkind

Part 2

Early Christianity

18        Polycarp in the Writings of Ignatius 415
Paul Foster
19        The Devil’s in the Details: The Apocalyptic Adversary in the
Martyrdom of Polycarp and the Martyrs of Lyons 436

Paul Anthony Hartog

20        The Old Testament in the Apostolic Fathers 457
James Carleton Paget
21        “Witnesses between You and Us”: The Role of the Letter-Carriers in
1 Clement 481
Peter M. Head
22        Defining Exceptions in the Didache 498

Clayton N. Jefford

23  Space, Body, and Church in Ignatius of Antioch: Toward a Spatial
Treatment 521

Harry O. Maier

24        Living as a “Christian”: Christian Ethos According to the Writings of Ignatius of Antioch 541 Tobias Nicklas
25        Scripture and Christology in the Preaching of Peter

(Kerygma Petri)559 Wilhelm Pratscher

26 On “Rotten Stones” and a Couple of Other Marginalia in the
Shepherd of Hermas 582

Joseph Verheyden

27     Anima naturaliter Christiana – Beobachtungen zum philosophischen und theologischen Hintergrund der Seelenlehre Tertullians 598
Holger Strutwolf
Bibliography: Michael W. Holmes 619
Bibliography 623
Index of Modern Authors 671
Index of Subjects  679

11 comments :

  1. Interesting variation in fonts for the names ...

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    1. Sorry, my fault in copying from a pdf

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  2. This looks great. Congrats to Mike!

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  3. Wonderful indeed. I've just read one very fine essay on the letter-carriers in 1 Clement!

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    1. Fortunately Mike's interests are sufficiently broad to cover such meanderings.

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  4. Congrats, Mike! A well-deserved honor indeed!

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  5. I enjoyed reading Tommy's essay this afternoon.

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  6. So you have actually received the volume? I have not yet.

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  7. No I haven't got my copy yet, but I got an e-copy from Brill because Cambridge subscribes (I guess). As noted previously on the blog: http://evangelicaltextualcriticism.blogspot.co.uk/2015/08/brill-mybook-print-on-demand-from-brill.html

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