Thursday, February 18, 2016

Win a Copy of Hugh Houghton's The Latin New Testament (OUP)

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To celebrate the release of his book next week, Oxford University Press has kindly agreed to give away a copy of Hugh Houghton’s The Latin New Testament: A Guide to its Early History, Texts, and Manuscripts.

You can enter to win in any of the ways listed below. The contest closes at midnight (EST) on February 24th. We’ll announce the randomly-chosen winner in part 2 of our interview with Hugh.

Update: congrats to Drew Longacre who was the randomly-chosen winner!

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33 comments :

  1. (Contest entry comment)

    I would love to see interviews with experts on some of the early translations that are rarely discussed, e.g. Gothic or Armenian, or perhaps the somewhat later Slavonic and Arabic.

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  2. I would like to see an interview with John Cook on the ending of Mark.

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  3. I would love to see an interview with Amy Anderson. She is doing a lot of great work on Family 1.

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  4. An interview with Jim Royse would be very nice!

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  5. Would love to see an interview with Eric Tully on his work the Peshitta of Hosea and how it relates to the MT and LXX!

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  6. I would like to read an interview with Daniel Wallace.

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  7. Jon Campoverde2/18/2016 3:17 pm

    I would love to see an interview with Dan Wallace about the work of CSNTM at the National Library of Greece and all of the interesting discoveries made while working there.

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  8. Agree with Timothy Mitchell. An interview with Amy Anderson would be really interesting.

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  9. I would love to see an interview with Moisés Silva on the text of the Greek Isaiah, especially, but perhaps also on the text of Galatians.

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  10. Daniel Wallace is always a good interview. His efforts to digitize manuscripts is laudable. His continuing discoveries of NT manuscripts provides ongoing work for textual critics. (Joseph Matos)

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  11. Charles Hill is a great candidate for an interview here. He's been to our blog dinners.

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  12. Keep them coming. For an interview with Dan Wallace, see here: http://evangelicaltextualcriticism.blogspot.co.uk/2006/03/interview-with-dan-wallace.html. Might be time for an update though.

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  13. I'd like to see an interview with Larry Hurtado

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  14. Hurtado or Wallace would be my pick.

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  15. (Contest entry comment)

    I would be very glad to see an interview with scholar Antonio Piñero about his work on the multiplicity and diversity of textual portrayals of Jesus.
    Thank you.

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  17. J. K. Elliott, has been mentioned in a dozen posts here in ETC and has mentioned ETC in his “Recent Trends in the Textual Criticism of the New Testament A New Millennium, a New Beginning?“, but has yet to be interviewed here.

    I would ask him, in view of the accelerating availability of online digital images of manuscripts, to update his comments on arranging digital texts “in extenso” and achieving a comprehensive critical apparatus with patrisitic and versional citations in context.

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  18. I would like to see an interview with James Ronald Royse.

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  19. Jakob van Bruggen (He becomes an octogenarian this year!)
    Barbara Aland
    Martin Heide
    Michael Holmes
    Ulrich Schmid
    Klaus Wachtel

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  20. I'd love to see Larry Hurtado, too!

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  21. I would second Klaus Wachtel. I think he would make an interesting interview.

    And, of course, eldon epp.

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  22. My recommendation is Lilia Diamantopouloum, Assistant Professor at the Dept of Byzantine and Modern Greek studies, University of Vienna. As a co-host of the 2014 Simonides conference in Vienna, Lilia should be able to help textual (criticism) analysts move outside their own cloistered club in discussing issues like aging mss, forgery and replica, significance of provenance, historical forensics, palaeography, art and heirogrlyphics, the significance of materials testing, etc.

    With all the recent discussions about 2427 and 2537, and the many recent revelations around Sinaiticus, and the ongoing brouhaha on other historical pieces like the Artemidorus papyrus (again Simonides in in the mix), the Archimedes Palimpsest (where Tischendorf stole a leaf) and the Vinland Map, textual writers could use a wider scholarship base.

    Steven Avery

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  23. What about an interview with Philip Burton?

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  24. Larry Hurtado, Michael Holmes, Michael Kruger, Daniel Wallace, James White.

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  25. My question is irelevant to this topic but is hugh houston also an evangelical?

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