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ABBREVIATIONS

BASOR Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research.

Berlin Die Griechischen Christlichen Schriftsteller, Preussisch Akademie der

Wissenschaften

HTR Harvard Theological Review (Harvard University Press ).

ICC The International Critical Commentary (Scribner's ) .

JBL The Journal of Biblical Literature.

JTS The Journal of Theological Studies (Oxford University Press).

LCL The Loeb Classical Library.

MPG Migne, Patrologiae Cursus Completus, Series Graeca.

MPL Migne, Patrologiae Cursus Completus, Series Latina.

NSHE The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge (Funk & Wagnalls).

NTS New Testament Studies (Cambridge University Press).

TS Texts and Studies (Cambridge University Press).

TU Texte and Untersuchungen zur Geschichte der alt christlichen Literatur.

Vienna Corpus Scriptorum Ecclesiasticorum Latinorum, Academia Litterarum

Vindobonensis.

ZNW Zeitschrift fur die neutestamentliche Wissenschaft und die Kunde des

Urchristentums.

 

 

INTRODUCTION

 

Note l MPG, vol. 7 col 805, col 844.

Note 2 De La Rue, vol. 1, p. 16.

 

 

CHAPTER ONE

 

Note 1 Paul Radin, Monotheism Among Primitive Peoples, Basel: Ethnographical Museum.

1954, Preface.

Note 2 W. Schmidt, The Origin and Growth of Religion. trans. by H. J. Rose. London: Methuen, 1931, p. 191.

Note 3 Idem, p. 208.

Note 4 Calvin, Institutes. Book I, Chapter 6, Section 1.

Note 5 Rudolph Thiel (1957), And There Was Light. New York: Mentor Book, 1960. p. 356.

Note 6 Harlow Shapley, "On the Evidences of Inorganic Evolution," Evolution After

Darwin, vol. 1, The Evolution of Life Chicago: University of Chicago Press

Copyright 1960 by the University of Chicago, pp. 25-26.

Note 7 Albert Einstein, The Evolution of Physics, New York: Simon & Schuster, 1938, p.

224.

Note 8 Ernst Mach, Die Mechanik, Leipzig: Brockhaus, 1908, p. 238.

Bertrand Russell, The ABC of Relativity, New York: Signet Science Library Book,

1962, pp. 13-14.

Max Born, Einstein's Theory of Relativity, New York: Dover, 1962, p. 345

Note 9 The Growth of Physical Science, James Jeans, New York: Fawcett, 1961, pp. 125-28.

Note 10 Bible-Science Newsletter, Vol. 15 (1977), Nos. 1 & 2.

Note 11 Bible-Science Newsletter, Vol. 14 (1976), No. 1.

Note 12. Climatic Change, Harlow Shapley (Ed.), Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University

Press, 1954.

Note 13 F. Hoyle (1955), Frontiers of Astronomy, New York: Mentor Book, 1962, p. 19.

Note 14 J. C. Whitcomb & H. M. Morris, The Genesis Flood, Grand Rapids: Baker, 1961, p.

127.

Note 15 George G. Simpson, "The History of Life," Evolution After Darwin, vol. 1, The

Evolution of Life, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, Copyright 1960 by the

University of Chicago, p. 125.

Note 16 William Howells, Mankind in the Making, Garden City, N. Y.: Doubleday, 1959, p.

149.

Note 17 F. H. T. Rhodes, The Evolution of Life, Baltimore: Penguin Books, 1962, p. 38, 43.

Note 18 F. E. Zeuner, Dating the Past, London: Methuen, 1952, pp. 311. 313.

Note 19 "The Petrified Forests of Yellowstone Park," by Erling Dorf, The Scientific

American, April, 1964, pp. 104-108.

Note 20 The Genesis Flood, Whitcomb & Morris, p. 161

Note 21 J. M. Macfarlane, Fishes the Source of Petroleum, New York: Macmillan, 1923, pp.

384-400.

Note 22 Archibald Geikie, Text-Book of Geology, 4th ed. London: Macmillan, 1903, vol. 1, p.

678.

Note 23 "The Mechanics of Appalachian Structure," by Bailey Willis, U. S. Geological

Survey, 1893, pp. 227-228.

Note 24 The Genesis Flood, Whitcomb & Morris, pp. 185-187.

Note 25 Idem. pp. 265-266.

Note 26 L. D. Leet & S. Judson, Physical Geology, New York: Prentice-Hall, 1954, p. 266.

Note 27 Idem, pp. 291-292.

Note 28 "Continental Drift," by J. Tuzo Wilson, The Scientific American, April, 1963, pp.

86-99.

Note 29 Physical Geology, pp. 269-270.

Note 30 The Genesis Flood, Whitcomb & Morris, pp. 153-154.

Note 31 Idem, pp. 77, 122, 267, 269.

Note 32 Idem, p. 294.

Note 33 Idem, pp. 303-311.

Note 34 George G. Simpson, "The History of Life," Evolution After Darwin, vol. 1, The

Evolution of Life, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, Copyright 1960 by the University of Chicago, p. 149.

Note 35 The Evolution of Life, p. 153.

Note 36 "Correlation of Change in the Evolution of Higher Primates," by S. Zuckerman,

Evolution As A Process, Julian Huxley editor, London: Allen & Unwin, 1954,

pp. 304-349.

Note 37 "Further Evidence of Lower Pleistocene Hominids from East Rudolf, North Kenya,"

Nature, vol. 231 (1971), pp. 244-245.

Note 38 E. A. Hooton, Up From The Ape, New York: Macmillan, 1946, p. 346.

Note 39 Cesare Emeliani et al., Evolution After Darwin, vol. 3, Chicago: University of

Chicago Press, 1960, p. 164.

Note 40 "Age of Bed I, Olduvai Gorge, Tanganyika," by L.S. B. Leakey, J. F. Evernden and

G. H. Curtis, Nature, vol. 191 (1961), p. 479.

Note 41 Nature, vol. 226 (1970), p. 223.

Note 42 Scientific American, vol. 224, April, 1971, p. 52.

Note 43 Sir Isaac Newton's Mathematical Principles, translated by Andrew Motte in 1729,

Berkeley, Calif.:University of California Press, 1960, p. 6.

Note 44 Opticks, by Sir Isaac Newton, New York: Dover, 1952, pp. 403-404.

Note 45 ABC of Relativity, Russell, p. 44.

Note 46 Hans Reichenbach, From Copernicus To Einstein, New York: Philosophical Library,

1942, p. 45.

Note 47 "Contribution to the Co-rotating Magnetic Field Model of the Pulsar," by V. G.

Endean and J. E. Allen, Nature, vol. 228 (1970), pp. 346-349.

Note 48 An Introduction To Astronomy, by C. M. Huffer, E. Trinklein, M. Bunge, New York:

Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1967, pp. 17, 342.

Note 49 Dynamic Astronomy, by Robert T. Dixon, Englewood Cliffs, N. J.: Prentice-Hall,

Inc., 1971, p. 307.

Note 50 "Anti-Matter," by Geoffrey Burbridge and Fred Hoyle, Scientific American, April,

1958, pp. 34-39.

Note 51 "Gravity," by George Gamow, Scientific American,

March, 1961, p. 106.

Note 52 Albert Einstein, Essays In Science, trans. by Alan Harris, New York: Philosophical

Library, 1934, p. 30.

Note 53 Reflections Of A Physicist, by P. W. Bridgman, New York: Philosophical Library,

1955, pp. 178-179.

Note 54 Werner Heisenberg, Physics And Philosophy, New York: Harper, 1958, pp. 42-43.

Note 55 James Jeans (1947), The Growth Of Physical Science, New York: Fawcett World

Library, 1961, pp. 294-295.

Note 56 Physics And Philosophy, Heisenberg, p. 90.

Note 57 Reflections Of A Physicist, Bridgman, p. 179.

Note 58 Max Born, The Restless Universe, New York: Dover, 1951, p. 19.

Note 59 J. M. Keynes, A Treatise On Probability, London: Macmillan, 1921, pp. 332-336.

Note 60 The Elements of Probability Theory, by Harald Cramer, New York: Wiley, 1955, pp.

11-20.

Note 61 The Restless Universe, Born, p. 18.

Note 62 Essays In Science, Einstein, pp. 20-21.

Note 63 The Way Things Are, by P. W. Bridgman, Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University

Press, 1959, p. 121.

Note 64 Martin Luther, Commentary On Galatians, Gal. 2:20.

Note 65 Samuel Rutherford, Religious Letters, To Mr. Henry Stewart, his wife, and two

daughters, all prisoners of Christ at Dublin, 1640.

 

 

CHAPTER TWO

Note 1 History of Religions, by G. F. Moore, New York: Scribners, 1913, p. 270.

Note 2 Idem, p. 434.

Note 3 Idem, p. 210.

Note 4 Idem, pp. 221-228.

Note 5 Idem, pp. 447-450.

Note 6 Idem, pp. 174-178.

Note 7 Idem, pp. 380-405.

Note 8 Idem, pp. 272-275.

Note 9 Idem, pp. 283-301.

Note 10 Idem, pp. 48-64.

Note 11 Idem, pp. 31-37.

Note 12 Idem, pp. 6-7.

Note 13 History Of Ancient Philosophy, by W. Windelband (1893), trans. by H. E. Cushman

(1899), New York: Dover Publications, 1956, p. 38.

Note 14 Idem, p. 40.

Note 15 Greek Philosophy, Part I, Thales to Plato, by John Burnet, London, Macmillan, 1928,

p. 25.

Note 16 Ancient Philosophy, Windelband, pp. 51-55.

Note 17 Idem, pp. 315ff

Note 18 Idem, pp. 114-118.

Note 19 Greek Philosophy, Burnet, pp. 87-93.

Note 20 Ancient Philosophy, Windelband, pp. 130-132.

Note 21 A History Of Philosophy, by F. Ueberweg, trans. by G. S. Morris, New York:

Scribner, 1876, vol. 1, pp. 115-117.

Ancient Philosophy, Windelband, pp. 190-223.

Greek Philosophy, Burnet,pp. 333-350.

Note 22 Aristotle, by A. E. Taylor (1919), New York: Dover, 1966, pp. 5-113.

History of Philosophy, Ueberweg, vol. 1, pp. 139-180.

Ancient Philosophy, Windelband, pp. 224-292.

Note 23 History Of Philosophy, Ueberweg, vol. 1, pp. 222-232.

Ancient Philosophy, Windelband, pp. 346-348.

Note 24 NSHE, Articles, "Gnosticism," "Docetism," "Adoptionism," "Monarchianism,"

"Arianism."

Note 26 Creeds Of Christendom, Schaff, vol. 2, pp. 57-60, 62-63.

Note 26 NSHE, Article, "Indulgences."

Note 27 Surah LXI, 6.

Note 28 Surah, IV, 171.

Note 29 The Meaning Of The Glorious Koran, by M. M. Pickthall, New York: New American Library, 1953, p. xxviii

Note 30 The Koran Translated Into English, by George Sale, Chandos Classic, London: F.

Warne & Co., pp. 50-54.

Note 31 History Of Philosophy, Ueberweg, vol. 1, pp. 402-428.

Note 32 Idem, pp. 429-439 - 452-457.

Note 33 NSHE, Articles, "Scholasticism," "Thomas Aquinas."

"Current Roman Catholic Thought on Evolution." by

J. Franklin Ewing, S. J., Evolution After Darwin, University of Chicago Press, 1960,

vol. 93, pp. 25-28.

Note 34 Proslogium, Chapter I.

Note 35 Canon of The New Testament, by B. W. Westcott, 4th ed., London: Macmillan, 1875,

p. 477.

Note 36 Creeds of Christendom, Schaff, vol. 3, p. 96.

Note 37 Idem, p. 361.

Note 38 Idem, pp. 589-590.

Note 39 Idem, p. 808.

Note 40 Idem, p. 605-606.

Note 41 Idem, p. 718.

Note 42 Idem, p. 738.

Note 43 A History ot Modern Philosophy, by Harald Hoeffding, trans. by B. E. Meyer, New

York: Dover, 1955, vol. 1, pp. 212-241.

Note 44 The Philosophical Works Of Descartes, trans. by E. S. Haldane and G. R .H. Ross

(1911), New York: Dover, 1955, vol. 1, p. 101, "Discourse on the method of rightly

conducting the reason and seeking for truth in the sciences."

Note 45 Idem, vol. 1, pp. 144-199,

"Meditations on the First Philosophy."

Note 46 History of Modern Philosophy, Hoeffding, vol. 1, pp. 292 - 331.

Works of Spinoza, trans. by R. H. M. Elwes (1883), New York: Dover, 1951, vol. 2,

"Improvement of the Understanding," and "Ethics"

Note 47 History Of Modern Philosophy, Hoeffding, vol. 1, pp 332-368.

Note 48 Idem, vol 1, pp. 377-391

Note 49 The Works of John Locke, London: Bohn, 1854, vol 1, p. 205, Book II, chap 1, sec. 2

Note 50 Idem, vol. 1, p. 207, Book II, chap. 1, sec. 4.

Note 51 . Idem, vol. 2, p. 129, Book IV, chap 1, sec. 1

Note 52 History Of Modern Philosophy, Hoeffding, vol. 1, pp. 414-423.

George Berkeley, Three Dialogues Between Hylas And Philonous, New York:

Liberal Arts Press, 1954, especially Dialogue III.

Note 53 History Of Modern Philosophy, Hoeffding, vol. 1, pp. 424-440.

David Hume, An Inquiry Concerning Human Understanding and Selections from A

Treatise Of Human Nature, Chicago: Open Court Publishing Co, 1927.

Note 54 History Of Modern Philosophy, Hoeffding, vol. 2, pp. 29-109.

Note 55 Immanuel Kant, Critique of Pure Reason, trans. by J. M. D. Meiklejohn, New York:

Colonial Press, 1900.

Immanuel Kant, Prolegomena To Any Future Meta-physics, trans. by L. W. Beck,

New York: Liberal Arts Press, 1950

Note 56 Immanuel Kant, Fundamental Principles Of The Metaphysics Of Morals, trans by T.

K. Abbott, New York: Liberal Arts Press, 1949.

Immanuel Kant, Critique of Practical Reason,, trans. by L. W. Beck, New York:

Liberal Arts Press, 1956.

Note 57 Immanuel Kant, Religion Within The Limits Of Reason Alone, trans. by T. M. Greene

and H. H. Hudson, 2nd edition, La Salle, Ill: Open Court Publishing Co., 1960.

Note 58 History Of Modern Philosophy, Hoeffding, vol. 2, pp. 174-192

The Philosophy of Hegel, by W. T. Stace, (1923), New York: Dover, 1955

Note 59 The Logic of Hegel, trans. by W. Wallace, 2nd edition, Oxford University Press,

1892, p. 17

Note 60 Idem, p. 24.

Note 61 Idem, p. 29.

Note 62 G. W. F. Hegel, The Philosophy Of History, trans. By J Sibree, New York: Dover,

1956, p. 39.

Note 63 Kant's Weltanschauung, by Richard Kroner, trans. by John E Smith, University of Chicago Press, Foreword, pp. vii-viii.

The Philosophy Of (As If) by H Vaihinger, trans. by C. K. Ogden, London: Kegan Paul, 1934.

Note 64 The Ritschlian Theology And The Evangelical Faith, by James Orr, London: Hodder

& Stoughton, 1897.

A History Of Christian Thought, by L. J. Neve & O. W. Heick, Philadelphia:

Muhlenberg Press, vol. 2, pp. 148-154.

Note 65 W. Rauschenbusch, Christianity And The Social Crisis, New York: Macmillan, 1907.

W. Rauschenbusch, Christianizing The Social Order, New York: Macmillan, 1913.

Note 66 Soren Kierkegaard, Either/Or, vol. 1, trans. by D. F. & L. M. Swenson, vol. 2, trans.

by W. Lowrie, Garden City, N. Y.: Doubleday, 1959.

Note 67 History Of Modern Philosophy, Hoeffding, vol. 2, pp. 285-289.

Note 68 Karl Jaspers, Man In The Modern Age, trans. by Eden & Cedar Paul, London:

Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1933.

Note 69 Martin Heidegger, Existence And Being, trans. by Scott, Hull & Crick, Chicago:

Henry Regnery Co., 1949.

Note 70 Jean-Paul Sartre, Being And Nothingness, trans. by Hazel E. Barnes, New York:

Philosophical Library, 1956.

Note 71 Karl Barth, The Epistle To The Romans, trans. by Edwyn C. Hoskins, Oxford

University Press, 1933.

Karl Barth, The Doctrine Of The Word of God, trans. by G. T. Thomson, Edinburgh:

T & T Clark, 1936.

Note 72 La Mettrie, Man A Machine, trans. by G. C. Bussey, Chicago: Open Court Publishing

Co., 1927.

Note 73 History Of Modern Philosophy, Hoeffding, vol 1, pp. 472-484.

Note 74 Idem, vol. 2, pp. 500 501.

Note 75 The Origin Of Life, by A. I. Oparin, trans. by S. Morgulis, 2nd edition, New York:

Dover, 1953, pp. 1-18.

Note 76 Idem, pp. 19-28.

"On the Origin of Life," by John Keosian, Science, vol. 131 (1960), pp. 479-482.

Note 77 Charles Darwin, Origin Of Species, 1959, concluding sentence.

Note 78 Origin Of Life, Oparin, Introduction, p. x.

Note 79 What Science Knows About Life, by Heinz Woltereck trans. by Mervin Savill, New

York: Association Press, 1963, p. 28.

Note 80 "Organic Compound Sythesis Of The Primitive Earth," by Stanley L. Miller and

Harold C. Urey, Science, vol. 130 (1959), p. 251.

Note 81 "Evolution of Enzymes and the Photosynthetic Apparatus," by Melvin Calvin,

Science, vol. 130 (1959), p. 1173.

Note 82 "Voyage to the Planets," by K. F. Weaver, National Geographic, August, 1970, p.

158.

"The Planet Venus," by R. Jastrow, Science, vol. 160 (1968), pp. 1403-1410.

Note 83 "Mars and the Absent Organic Molecules," Science News, vol. 110, Oct. 9, 1976, pp.

228-29

N. Y. Times, Oct. 1, 1976.

Note 84 "The Structure of Viruses," by R. W. Home, The Scientific American, January, 1963,

p. 48.

Note 85 "Rebuilding a Virus," by H. Fraenkel-Conrat, The Scientific American, June, 1956,

pp. 42-44.

Note 86 "Nucleic Acids," by F. H. C. Crick, The Scientific American, September, 1957, pp.

188-191.

Virus Hunters, by Greer Williams, New York: Knopf, 1959, pp. 483-484.

Note 87 The Scientific American, November, 1965, p. 5.

Note 88 Heredity And The Nature Of Man, by T. Dobzhansky, New York: Harcourt Brace,

1964, pp. 34-35.

Note 89 History Of Modern Philosophy, Hoefiding, vol. 2, pp. 320-360.

Cours de Philosophie Positive, par Auguste Comte 2 vols., Paris: La Societe

Positiviste, 1892.

Note 90 The Meaning Of Meaning, by C. K. Ogden & I. A. Richards, London: K. Paul,

Trench, Trubner & Co. 1923.

Note 91 A History Of Western Philosophy, by Bertrand Russell, New York: Simon &

Schuster, 1945, pp. 828-836.

An Inquiry Into Meaning And Truth, by Bertrand Russell, London: Allen & Unwin,

1940, pp. 327-347.

Note 92 The Vienna Circle, by Victor Kraft, trans. by Arthur Pap, New York: Philosophical

Library, 1953.

Note 93 Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus, by Ludwig Wittgenstein (1921), trans. by D. F.

Pears and B. F. McGuinness, London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1961.

Note 94 Logic, Semantics, Mathematics, Papers from 1923-1938 by Alfred Tarski, trans. by J. H. Woodger, Oxford 1956.

Note 95 Science and Sanity, by Alfred Korzybski, Lancaster Pa.: Science Press, 1933.

The Tyranny Of Words, by Stuart Chase, New York: Harcourt, Brace & Co., 1938.

Language In Action, by S. I. Hayakawa, New York: Harcourt, Brace & Co., 1939.

Note 96 lntroduction To Semantics, and Formalization Of Logic, by Rudolph Carnap, Harvard University Press, 1959.

Meaning And Necessity, by Rudolph Carnap, University of Chicago Press, 1947.

Note 97 Norbert Wiener, Cybernetics, 2nd edition, New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1961, pp.

169-203.

Norbert Wiener, I Am A Mathematician, Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1956, pp.

240-269.

Norbert Wiener, The Human Use Of Human Beings, 2nd edition, Garden City, N. Y.:

Doubleday, 1954, pp. 48-73.

Note 98 Design For A Brain, by W. Ross Ashby, 2nd edition, New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1960, p. 55.

Note 99 "The New Style of Science," by Henry Margenau, Yale Alumni Magazine, February,

1962, pp. 8-17.

Note 100 Experience And Prediction, by Hans Reichenbach, Chicago: University of Chicago

Press, Copyright 1938 by the University of Chicago, p. 192.

Note 101 Adam Smith, Wealth Of Nations, edited by J. E. T Rogers, Oxford, 1880, vol. 2, p.

272.

Note 102 "The Threat of Russia's Rising Strategic Power," by John G. Hubbell, Reader's

Digest, Feb. 1968, p. 54.

Note 103 N. Y. Times, May 27, 1972.

Note 104 N. Y. Times, Aug. 15 & 16, 1958.

Note 105 Freedom from War; The United States Program for General and Complete

Disarmament in a Peaceful World, Department of State Publication 7277, Sept.

1961. The same proposal was made by President Kennedy in an address to the United

Nations, Sept. 25, 1961. N Y. Times, Sept. 26, 1961.

Note 106 Congressional Record, Vol. 108, Part 1, Jan 29, 1962, p. 1043. Vol. 108, Part 3,

March 1, 1962, p. 3216

Note 107 Science, vol. 151 (1966), pp. 53-57.

Note 108 N. Y. Times, Feb. 10, 1967.

Note 109 N Y. Times, Mar. 22, 1967.

Note 110 N.Y. Times, Nov. 25, 1975.

N. Y. Times, Aug. 4, 1976.

 

 

CHAPTER THREE

 

Note 1 "Should Conservatives Abandon Textual Criticism?," by Marchant A. King,

Bibliotheca Sacra, vol 130 (January-March, 1973), pp. 35-40

Note 2 Hugonis Grotii, Annotationes, vol 1, Amsterdam, 1641; vol. 2, Paris, 1646; vol. 3,

Paris, 1650.

Note 3 S. Curcellaei, Novum Testamentum, Amsterdam, 1658.

Note 4 Novi Testamenti Libri Omnes. Oxford, 1675, Preface.

Note 5 J. A. Bengel, Gnomon of The New Testament trans. by J. Bandinel, Edinburgh; T. &

T. Clark, 1840, vol. 1, pp. 20-37.

Note 6 Novum Testamentum Graece, Tischendorf, vol. 3, Prolegomena, Leipzig: Hinrichs',

1894, pp. 231-240.

Note 7 R. Bentley, "Letter to Archbishop Wake," Works, Dyce, London: Macpherson, 1838.

Note 8 J. A Bengel, Novum Testamentum, Graecum, Tubingae: George Cotta, p. 420.

Note 9 Idem, p. 429.

Note 10 Idem, p. 385.

Note 11 Apparatus ad Liberalem Novi Testamenti Interpretationem, Halae, 1767, pp. 44-50.

Note 12 D. Io. Sal Semleri, Paraphrasis 11. Epistolae ad Corinthos, Halae, 1776, Preface.

Note 13 NSHE, Article, "Semler."

Note 14 J J. Griesbach, Opuscula Academica, Jena, 1824, vol. 1, p. 317.

Note 15 J. J. Griesbach, Novum Testamentum Graece, editiosecunda, Londinin, 1809, vol. 1, pp. 75-82.

Note 16 Idem, pp. 63-71.

Note 17 Einleitung in die Schriften des Neuen Testaments, (2nd edition), Stuttgart 1821, vol.

1, pp. 145-216.

Note 18 Theologische Studien und Kritieken, Hamburg: 1830, pp 817-845.

Novum Testamentum, Graece et Latine, Berlin: 1942, p v. xxxi.

Note 19 The New Testament in the Original Greek, vol. 2, Introduction and Appendix,

London: Macmillan, 1881.

Note 20 Idem, p. 277.

Note 21 TS, vol. 5 (1899), p. xviii.

Note 22 The Four Gospels, by B. H. Streeter, London: Macmillan, 1924, pp. 111-127.

Note 23 Side Lights on New Testament Research, by J. Rendel Harris, London: James Clarke

& Co., 1908, p. 3.

Note 24 History of New Testament Criticism, by F. C. Conybeare, London; Watts & Co.,

1910, p. 129.

Note 25 Family 13 (The Ferrar Group), by K. & S. Lake, Philadelphia: University of

Pennsylvania Press, 1941, p. vii.

Note 26 N. T. in Greek, vol. 2, p. 185.

Note 27 Idem, p. 282.

Note 28 Bulletin of the Bezan Club, III: Nov., 1926, p. 5.

Note 29 The Text of the Greek Bible, by F. G. Kenyon, London: Duckworth, 1937, pp.

244-246.

Note 30 The Text of the Epistles, by G. Zuntz, London: Oxford University Press, 1953, p. 9.

Note 31 Der Urtext des Neuen Testaments, Kiel: Hirt, 1960, p. 20.

Note 32 A Historical Introduction To The New Testament, by R. M. Grant, New York: Harper

& Rowe, 1963, p. 51.

Note 33 "The Theological Relevance of Textual Variation in Current Criticism of the Greek

New Testament," by K. W. Clark, JBL, vol. 85 (1966), p. 16.

Note 34 "Bemerkungen zu den gegenwartigen Moglichkeiten textkritischer Arbeit," by Kurt

Aland, NTS, vol. 17 (1970), p. 3.

Note 35 History of New Testament Criticism, Conybeare, pp. 41-47.

Note 36 The Quest Of The Historical Jesus, by Albert Schweitzer, trans. by W. Montgomery,

London: A. & C. Black, 1910, pp. 48-57.

Note 37 Idem, pp. 68-96.

Note 38 NSHE, Article, "Baur, Ferdinand Christian."

Note 39 Study Of The Gospels, by J. A. Robinson, London: 1902, p. 128ff.

Note 40 Four Gospels, Streeter, pp. 465- 481.

Note 41 Ecclesiastical History, Eusebius, LCL, vol. 1, p. 293.

Note 42 Historical Introduction To The New Testament, R. M. Grant, p. 160.

Note 43 Introduction To The New Testament, by Theodor Zahn, trans. by M. W. Jacobus, Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark, 1909, vol. 2, pp. 405-408.

Note 44 Introduction To The New Testament, by A. H. McNeile, 2nd edition, Oxford, 1953, pp. 64-65.

Note 45 Introduction To The New Testament, Zahn, vol. 2, p. 408.

Note 46 Greek New Testament, by Henry Alford, 7th edition, London: Longmans, Green,

1898, vol. 1, pp. 8-9.

Note 47 Study Of The Gospels, by B. F. Westcott, 5th edition, London: Macmillan, 1875, pp.

164-180.

Note 48 Quest Of The Historical Jesus, Schweitzer, pp. 121-136.

Note 49 An Introduction To The New Testament, by K & S. Lake, New York: Harper, 1937,

p. 6, note.

Note 50 The Originality Of St. Matthew, by B. C. Butler, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1951.

Note 51 Idem, p. 4.

Note 52 Idem, p. 11.

Note 53 Idem, pp. 157-171.

Note 54 An Introduction To The Old Testament, by E. J. Young, Grand Rapids: Eerdmans,

1949, pp. 120-123.

Note 55 The Five Books Of Moses, by O.T. Allis, Philadelphia: Presbyterian & Reformed

Pub. Co., 1943, pp. 14-15.

Note 56 Idem, pp. 15-17.

Note 57 Idem, pp. 17-18.

Note 58 W. H. Green, The Higher Criticism Of The Pentateuch, New York: Scribner's, 1906,

p. 90.

Note 59 Idem, pp. 92-95.

Note 60 Prolegomena To The History Of Ancient Israel, With a Reprint of the Article, Israel,

from the Encyclopedia Britannica, by Julius Wellhausen, Preface by Prof. Robertson

Smith, Cleveland: World Publishing Co., 1961.

Note 61 Idem, pp. 430-440, 464.

Note 62 Idem, pp. 472-476.

Note 63 Idem, pp. 24-28, 32-34, 402.

Note 64 Idem, pp. 20-21.

Note 65 Idem, pp. 21-22.

Note 66 Idem, pp. 34-39, 294.

Note 67 History Of Israel, by John Bright, Philadelphia: Westminster Press, 1959, p. 63.

Note 68 Idem, pp. 62-63.

Note 69 Idem, pp. 129-130.

Note 70 Theology Of The Old Testament, by Walther Eichrodt, trans. by J. A. Baker from 6th

German edition, Philadelphia: Westminster Press, 1961, pp. 36-38.

Note 71 Understanding The Old Testament, by B. W. Anderson, 2nd edition, Englewood

Cliffs, N. J.: Prentice Hall, 1966, pp. 61-65.

Note 72 From The Stone Age To Christianity, by W. F. Albright (2nd edition), Baltimore:

Johns Hopkins Press, 1946, p. 207.

Note 73 "Law and Covenant in Israel and the Ancient Near East," by G. E. Mendenhall, The

Biblical Colloquium, 1955, pp. 32-34.

Old Testament Theology, by G. Von Rad, trans. by D. M. G. Stalker, Edinburgh:

Oliver & Boyd, 1962, pp. 132-133.

Note 74 W. H. Green, Higher Criticism Of The Pentateuch, pp. 47-52.

Note 75 Idem, p. 49.

Note 76 Idem, p. 51.

Note 77 The Incarnation Of The Son Of God, by Charles Gore, New York: Scribners', 1891,

pp. 166, 212-217.

Note 78 What Is Christianity?, by Adolf Harnack, Trans. by T. B. Saunders, New York:

Putnam, 1901, p. 51.

Note 79 Idem, p. 65.

Note 80 W. Wrede, Des Messiasgeheimnis in den Evangelien, Goettingen, 1901.

Note 81 Quest Of The Historical Jesus, Schweitzer, pp. 328-395.

Note 82 Idem, p. 397.

Note 83 The Meaning Of Jesus Christ, by Martin Dibelius, trans. by F. C. Grant New York:

Scribners', 1939.

Note 84 The New Testament in Current Study, by Reginald Fuller, New York: Scribners',

1962.

Note 85 Theology Of The New Testament, by Rudolph Bultmann, Vol. 1, trans. by Frederick

Grobel, New York: Scribners', 1951, p. 30.

Note 86 "The Synoptic Son of Man Sayings in Recent Discussion," by I. H. Marshall, NTS,

vol. 12 (1966) pp. 327-351.

The Son Of Man In Myth And History," by F. H. Borsch, Philadelphia: Westminster

Press 1967.

Note 87 Recent Articles on "the Son of Man problem" include the following:

"Exit the Apocalyptic Son of Man," by R. Leivestad NTS, vol. 18 (1972), pp.

243-67.

"The Man from Heaven in Johannine Sectarianism," by W. A. Meeks, JBL, vol. 91

(1972), pp. 44-72.

'The Origin of the Son of Man Concept as Applied to Jesus," by W. O. Walker, JBL, vol. 91 (1972) pp. 482-490.

Note 88 New Testament Christological Hymns, by Jack T. Sanders, Cambridge University

Press, 1971.

"Pauline Theology in the Letter to the Colossians," by E. Lohse, NTS, vol. 15 (1969), pp. 211-220.

"The Problem of Pre-existence in Philippians 2:6-11," by Charles H. Talbert, JBL, vol. 86, (1967), pp. 141-153.

Note 89 An Outline of The Theology Of The New Testament, by Hans Conzelmann, trans. by

John Bowden, Evanston: Harper & Row, 1969, p. 32.

Note 90 Idem, p. 68.

Note 91 Theology Of The New Testament, Bultmann, vol. 1, p. 45.

Note 92 Jcseph Butler, The Analogy Of Religion, with an introduction and notes hy Howard

Malcom, D. D., Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1881.

Note 93 Paley's Evidences of Christianity, with notes by C.M. Narne, M.A., New York:

Carter & Bros., 1854.

Note 94 Natural Theology, by William Paley, D.D., Works vol. 1, Boston: Joshua Belcher,

1810.

 

 

CHAPTER FOUR

 

Note 1 W. H. Green, General Introduction To The Old Testament, The Canon, New York:

Scribuers', 1898, pp. 11-18.

Note 2 De Civ. Dei, xviii, 36.

Note 3 Judaism, by G. F. Moore, Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press. 1927, vol. 1,

p. 4.

Note 4 The Ancestry Of Our English Bible, by Ira Price, 2nd Revised Edition, by W. A.

Irwin & A. P. Wikgren, New York: Harper, 1949, pp. 23-27.

Note 5 Idem, p. 35.

Note 6 Idem, p. 52.

Note 7 Handbook To The Textual Criticism Of The New Testament, by F. G. Kenyon,

London: Macmillan, 1912, p. 210.

Note 8 Ibid.

Note 9 Prologus Galeatus.

Note 10 An Introduction To The Apocrypha, by Bruce M. Metzger, New York: Oxford University Press, 1957, p. 171.

Note 11 Idem, pp. 158-170.

Note 12 The Apocryphal Literature, by Charles C. Torrey, New Haven: Yale University

Press, 1945, pp. 20-21.

Note 13 Idem, p. 15.

Note 14 Idem, p. 17.

Note 15 NSHE, Article, "Apocrypha."

Note 16 The Apocryphal Literature, Torrey, p. 23.

Note 17 Introduction To The Apocrypha, Metzger, p. 177-178.

Note 18 A Critical Introduction To The Apocrypha, by L. H. Brockington, London:

Duckworth, 1961, p. 136.

Note 19 The Apocryphal Literature, Torrey, pp. 24-35.

Introduction To The Apocrypha, Metzger, pp. 178-180.

Note 20 Pref. ad Libros Sol.

Note 21 The Bible In The Church, by B. F. Westcott, London: Macmillan, 1901, pp. 163-198,

249-255.

General Introduction To The Old Testament, The Canon, W. F. Green, pp. 157-177.

Note 22 Introduction To The Apocrypha, Metzger, p. 183.

Note 23 The Apocrypha And Pseudepigrapha Of The Old Testament, by R. H. Charles, vol 2,

Pseudepigrapha, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1913.

Note 24 Jewish And Christian Apocalypses, by F. C. Burkitt, London: Oxford University

Press, 1914, pp. 17-18.

Epistles Of St. James And St. Jude, by Alfred Plummer, London: Hodder &

Stoughton, 1897, p. 441.

Note 25 Jewish And Christian Apocalypses, Burkitt, pp. 37-40.

Epistles of St. James And St. Jude, Plummer, pp. 419-425

Note 26 Jewish And Christian Apocalypses, Burkitt, pp. 45-46.

First Epistle Of St. Paul To The Corinthians, Robertson & Plummer, ICC, New York: Scribners', 1911, pp. 41 -42.

Note 27 "Jannes And Jambres," by John Rutherford, International Standard Bible

Encyclopedia, Chicago: 1937. Origen, Contra Celsum, IV, 51.

Note 28 Our Bible And The Ancient Manuscripts, by F. G. Kenyon, London: Eyre &

Spottiswoode, 1898, p. 41.

Note 29 Second Thoughts On The Dead Sea Scrolls, by F. F. Bruce, Grand Rapids:

Eerdman's, 1956, p. 21.

Note 30 Idem, pp 22-25.

Note 31 Idem, pp. 38-42.

Note 32 Idem, pp. 28-33.

Note 33 Newsletter No. 11, American Schools of Oriental Research, Cambridge, Mass., June,

1972.

Note 34 "Variant Readings in the Isaiah Manuscripts," by Millar Burrows, BASOR, October,

1948, p. 16.

Note 35 "New Light on Early Recensions of the Hebrew Bible," by W. F. Albright, BASOR,

December, 1955, p. 30.

Note 36 "The History of the Biblical Text in the Light of Discoveries in the Judean Desert'"

by F. M. Cross, HTR, vol. 57 (1964) pp. 296-297.

Note 37 The Judean Scrolls, The Problem And A Solution, by G. R. Driver, Oxford:

Blackwell, 1965, pp. 3-6, 239-241, 371.

Note 38 Creeds Of Christendom, Schaff, vol. 2, pp. 79-83.

Note 39 Some of the best known English works on the history of the New Testament Canon

are as follows:

History Of The New Testament Canon, B. F. Westcott, London; Macmillan, 4th edition, 1875.

Canon And Text Of The New Testament, C. R. Gregory, New York, Scribners' 1907.

Text And Canon Of The New Testament, A. Souter, London: Duckworth, 2nd edition

revised by C. S. C. Williams, 1954.

Note 40 The Formation Of The New Testament, by E. J. Goodspeed, Chicago: University of

Chicago Press, 1926, pp. 28-29.

Note 41 Adversus Praxean, 15.

Note 42 Works. edited by A. Dyce, London: 1838, vol. 3, pp. 347-361.

Note 43 Introduction To The New Testament, Zahn, vol. 2 p. 477.

Note 44 The Infallible Word, Philadelphia: Presbyterian Guardian Pub. Co., 1946, p. 162.

Note 45 The Westminster Assembly And Its Work, by B. B. Warfield, New York: Oxford

University Press, 1931 p. 239.

Note 46 Criticism Of The New Testament, St. Margaret's Lectures 1902, by F. G. Kenyon, London: John Murray, 1903, pp. 31-32.

 

 

CHAPTER FIVE

Note 1 "The Greek New Testament: Its Present and Future Editions," by Kurt Aland, JBL,

vol. 87 (1968).

Note 2 The Text of The New Testament, by B. M. Metzger, New York: Oxford University

Press, 1964, 2nd edition 1968.

Note 3 Aland, JBL, vol. 87 (1968), p. 184.

Note 4 Ibid.

Note 5 Ibid.

Note 6 Ibid.

Note 7 Ibid.

Note 8 lntroduction (4th edition), vol. 2, p. 405.

Note 9 New Testament Manuscript Studies, edited by Parvis and Wikgren, Chicago:

University of Chicago Press, 1950, p. 6.

Note 10 Ibid.

Note 11 NTS, vol. 12, January, 1966, pp. 176-185; vol. 16, January, 1970, pp. 163-177.

Note 12 An Introduction To Theology, by Cornelius Van Til, 1947.

Note 13 Text Of The New Testament, Metzger, pp. 72-79.

Note 14 Euangelion Da-Mepharreshe, by F. C. Burkitt, Cambridge University Press, 1904,

vol. 2, p. 5.

Note 15 E.g., Metzger, Text Of The New Testament, pp. 69-70.

Note 16 Idem, pp. 70-71.

Note 17 Idem, p. 69.

Note 18 Idem, pp. 79-81.

Note 19 Idem, pp. 81-84.

Note 20 The Beginnings Of Christianity, by J. H. Ropes, London: Macmillan, 1926, vol. 3, p.

ccxli.

Note 21 The Text And Canon Of The New Testament, by A. Souter, London: Duckworth,

1912, p. 124.

Note 22 N. T. In The Original Greek, vol. 2, p. 176.

Note 23 "Luke 22:19b-20," by G. D. Kilpatrick, JTS, vol. 47 (1946), p. 54.

Note 24 "The Shorter Text of Luke 22:15-20," by Henry Chadwick, HTR, vol. 50 (1957), pp.

249-258.

Note 25 Alterations To The Text Of The Synoptic Gospels And Acts, by C. S. C. Williams,

Oxford: Blackwell, 1951, pp. 47-51.

Note 26 N. T. In The Original Greek, vol. 2, appendix, p. 73.

Note 27 Introduction To The New Testament, Zahn, vol. 3, p. 87.

Note 28 Four Gospels, Streeter, pp. 142-143.

Note 29 Alterations To The Text, etc., Williams, pp. 51-53.

Note 30 "Neue Neutestamentliche Papyri II," by Kurt Aland, NTS, vol. 12 (1966), pp.

193-210.

Note 31 "The Biblical Text of Clement of Alexandria," by P. M. Barnard, TS, vol. v (1899),

pp. 1-64.

Note 32 "An Early Papyrus Fragment of the Gospel of Matthew in the Michigan Collection,"

by H. A. Sanders, HTR, vol. 19 (1926) pp. 215-224.

Note 33 "A Papyrus Fragment of Acts in the Michigan Collection," by H. A. Sanders, HTR,

vol. 20 (1927), pp. 2-19.

Note 34 Four Gospels, Streeter, p. 57.

Note 35 "The Caesarean Text in the Gospel of Mark," by Lake, Blake and New, HTR, vol. 21

(1928), p. 263f.

Note 36 Chester Beatty Biblical Papyri, by F. G. Kenyon, London: Emery Walker, 1933,

Fascic. II, Gospels and Acts, pp. xi-xxi.

Note 37 Text Of The Greek Bible, Kenyon, pp. 207-210.

Note 38 Codex B And Its Allies, by H. C. Hoskier, London: Quaritch, 1914, Part I, p. 278.

Note 39 The Gospel According To Luke, by Alfred Plummer, 4th edition, New York:

Scribners', 1901, p. 537.

Note 40 The Gospel According To St. John, by B. F. Westcott, London: Murray, 1892, p. 159.

Note 41 Codex B And Its Allies, Hoskier, Part I, p. 7.

Note 42 Text of The New Testament, Metzger, p. 42.

Note 43 "Whose Name Was Neves," by K. Grobel, NTS, vol. 10 (1964), pp. 381-382.

Note 44 Commentary On The Gospel of John, by F. Godet, trans. by Timothy Dwight, New

York: Funk & Wagnals, 1886, vol. 2, p. 83.

Note 45 Das Evangelium des Johannes, R. Bultmann, Goettingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht,

1941, p. 236n.

Note 46 "Some Notable Readings of Papyrus Bodmer II," by J. Ramsey Michaels, The

Biblical Translator, London, vol. 8 (1957), pp. 153-154.

Note 47 "Corrections of Papyrus Bodmer II," by G. D. Fee, JBL, vol. 84 (1965), p. 68.

Note 48 NTS, vol. 3 (1957), p. 279.

Note 49 In a letter to the present writer.

Note 50 "Die Evangelienschrift der Chester Beatty Sammlung," ZNTW, xxii, 4, 1933.

Note 51 NTS, vol. 10 (1963), p. 74.

Note 52 Idem, p. 73.

Note 53 N. T. In The Original Greek, vol. 2, appendix, p. 67.

Note 54 Idem, p. 66.

Note 55 Epiphanius, Berlin, Erster Band, p. 40.

Note 56 Four Gospels, Streeter, p. 137.

Note 57 Alterations To The Text, etc., Williams, pp. 7-8.

Note 58 Studien zur Geschichte des Neuen Testaments und der Alten Kirche, von Adolf von Harnack, Berlin: De Gruyter, 1931, pp. 87-88.

Note 59 MPG, vol.7, cols. 957-1088.

Note 60 Tatians Diatessaron, von Erwin Preuschen, Heidelberg: Winters, 1926, p. 288.

Note 61 MPG, vol. 7, col. 936.

Note 62 N. T. In The Original Greek, vol. 2, Appendix, p. 68.

Note 63 NSHE, Article, "Barnabas."

Note 64 Studien zur Geschichte des Neuen Testaments, pp. 96-98.

Note 65 Four Gospels, Streeter, p. 138.

Note 66 Alterations To The Text, etc., Williams, p. 9.

Note 67 Marcion, Des Evangelium, von Fremden Gott, von Adolph von Harnack, Leipzig,

Hinrichs', 1921, p. 54.

Note 68 The Causes Of The Corruption Of The Traditional Text Of The Holy Gospels, by J.

W. Burgon and E. Miller, London: Bell, 1896, pp. 215-218.

Note 69 "The Excerpta ex Theodoto of Clement of Alexandria," edited with translation by R.

P. Casey, Studies And Documents I, London: Christophers, 1934, p. 45.

Note 70 Rechtglaubigheit Und Ketzerei Im Altesten Christentum, von Walter Bauer, Tuebingen: Mohr, 1934, pp. 49, 63.

Note 71 Newly Discouered Gnostic Writings, by W. C. van Unnik, trans. from Dutch (1958), London: SCM Press, 1960, p. 44.

Note 72 The Gospel According To Thomas, Guillaumont et al., New York: Harper, 1959, pp. 23, 31, 33, 55.

Euangelium Veritatis, edited by Malinine, Puech, Quispel, Zurich: Rascher Verlag, 1956, p. 106.

Note 73 The Text Of The New Testament, by K. Lake, 6th edition, London: Rivingtons, 1928, p. 76.

 

 

CHAPTER SIX

Note 1 Encyclopaedie der Heilige Godgeleerdheid, door Dr. A. Kuyper, Amsterdam:

Wormser, 1894, Deel Drie, p. 73.

Note 2 Christliche Dogmatik, von D. Franz Pieper, St. Louis: Concordia, 1924, Erster Band,

p. 290.

Note 3 The Revision Revised,, by John W. Burgon, London: Murray, 1883, pp. 334-335.

Note 4 An Account Of The Printed Text Of The New Testament, by S. P. Tregelles, London:

Bagster, 1854, p. 133.

Note 5 MPG, vol. 6, col. 712.

Note 6 MPG, vol. 7, col. 653.

Note 7 S. Hippolyti Refutationis Omnium Haeresium, Goettingen, 1859, p. 42.

Note 8 Gospel According To Matthew, W. C. Allen, ICC, Scribners', 1907, p. 208.

 

Note 9 The Originality of St. Matthew, B. C. Butler, p. 133.

Note 10 "Codex Bezae," TS, vol. 2 (1891), p. 229.

Note 11 Valentinus, MPG, vol. 8, col.1057 (ap. Clem. Alex.).

Heracleon, Orig., De LaRue, vol. 4, p. 139.

Ptolemaeus, Berlin, Epiphanius, vol. 1, p. 456.

Note 12 Berlin, Origenes Werke, vol. 10, pp. 385-388.

Note 13 Commentarv On The Gospel Of John, (Eng. trans.), Edinburgh, 1871, vol. 1, p. 263.

Note 14 Historisch-Kritische Einleitung, Leipzig, 1875, p. 782.

Note 15 Theologische Zeitschrift aus der Schweiz, vol. 4 (1893), p. 97.

Note 16 MPL, vol. 1, colt 314. Also, Vienna, Pars I, 1890, p. 205.

Note 17 MPG, vol. 39, cols. 708, 712.

Note 18 MPG, vol. 59, col. 204.

Note 19 Tatians Diatessaron, Preuschen, p. 131.

Note 20 Einleitung, p. 782.

Note 21 T Z aus der Schweiz, vol. 4, p. 97.

Note 22 MPL, vol. 2, col. 677.

Note 23 Used in regard to the Sinaitic Syriac, Contemporary Review November, 1894.

Note 24 Evangelium Secundum Matthaeum, Oxford, 1940.

Note 25 Didascalia et Constitutiones Apostolorum, F. X. Funk, Paderborn, 1905, vol. 1, pp. 213, 410.

Note 26 MPG, vol. 51 col. 48; vol. 57-58, cols. 282, 301.

Note 27 MPG, vol. 78 col. 1076.

Note 28 Prophezei, W. Michaelis, Zurich: Zwingli-Verlag, 1948, p. 331.

Note 29 N. T. In The Original Greek, vol. 2, Appendix, p. 9.

Note 30 LCL, Apostolic Fathers, vol. 1, p. 320.

Note 31 The Greek Liturgies, London: 1884, pp. 85, 93, 97, 135, 167, 200, 308-309.

Note 32 Vienna, vol. xxxii, pp. 359-360.

Note 33 Vienna vol. xxxxi, p. 387.

Note 34 S. S. Patrum J. B. Cotelerius, Antwerp, 1698, vol. i, p. 235.

Note 35 MPL, vol. 23, col. 579.

Note 36 Didascalia Apostolorum, trans. by R. Hugh Connolly, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1929, p. 76.

Funk, Didascalia et Constitutiones Apostolorum, vol. 1, p. 92.

Note 37 Tischendorf, N. T. Graece, vol. 1, p. 829.

Note 38 Didascalia Apost., p. li.

Note 39 LCL, Ecclesiastical History, Eusebius, vol. 1, p. 298.

Note 40 Idem, vol. 1, p. 296.

Note 41 MPL, vol. 13, col. 1077.

Note 42 Vienna, vol. iii, p. 638.

Note 43 Einleitung, p. 782.

Note 44 T Z aus der Schweiz, vol. 4, p. 98.

Note 45 "Codex Bezae," TS, vol. 2 (1891), p. 195.

Note 46 N. T. In The Original Greek, vol. 2, Appendix, p. 82.

Note 47 Idem, p. 86.

Note 48 "Codex Bezae," TS, vol. 2 (1891), p. 195.

Note 49 What Is The Best New Testament? By E. C. Colwell, Chicago, The University of Chicago Press, Copyright 1952 by the University of Chicago, p. 82.

Note 50 Die Schriften des Neuen Testaments, von Soden, Goettingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1. Teil, 1. Abt., p. 486.

Note 51 Text Of The New Testament, Metzger, p. 224.

Note 52 Die Schriften des Neuen Testaments, 1. Teil, 1 Abt. p. .500.

Note 53 The Causes Of The Corruption Of The Traditional Text, Burgon, p. 250.

Note 54 Text Of The New Testament, Metzger, p. 223.

Note 55 The Causes Of The Corruption Of The Traditional Text, p. 257.

Note 56 Idem, pp. 259-260.

Note 57 What Is The Best New Testament?, p. 81.

Note 58 T. Z. aus der Schweiz, p. 98.

Note 59 The Causes Of The Corruption Of The Traditional Text, p. 241.

Note 60 Idem, pp. 237-238.

Note 61 The Last Twelve Verses Of The Gospel According To St. Mark, by John W. Burgon, Oxford and London: Parker, 1871. Reprint, The Sovereign Grace Book

Club, 1959.

Note 62 "The Conclusion of the Gospel According to S. Mark," by J. M. Creed, JTS, vol. 31 (1930), pp. 80-85.

Note 63 The Gospel Message Of S. Mark, by R. H. Lightfoot, Oxford: Clarendon Press,

1950, pp. 80-85.

Note 64 JTS. vol. 31 (1930), p. 180.

Note 65 Galilaea und Jerusalem, E. Lohmeyer, Goettingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1936,

p. 77.

Note 66 Locality And Doctrine In The Gospels, by R. H. Lightfoot, New York: Harper, 1937,

p. 77.

Note 67 The Gospel Of Mark, by Curtis Beach, New York: Harper. 1959, p. 118.

Note 68 "The Ending of St. Mark's Gospel," by W. L. Knox, HTR, vol. 35 (1942), p. 22.

Note 69 The Four Gospels, Streeter, p. 344.

Note 70 G. A. Juelicher, An Introduction To The New Testament, trans. by J. P. Ward, New

York: Putnam's 1904, p. 328.

Note 71 Alterations To The Text, etc., p. 45.

Note 72 JTS, vol. 31 (1930), p. 176.

Note 73 MPG, vol. 6, col. 397.

Note 74 Tatians Diatessaron, Preuschen, p. 239.

Note 75 MPG, vol. 7, col. 879.

Note 76 Funk, Didascalia, etc., vol. i, p. 460, vol. ii, p. 72.

Note 77 The Journal Of Religion, vol. 17 (1937), p. 50.

Note 78 JTS, n. s. vol. 2 (1951), p. 57.

Note 79 Last Twelve Verses Of Mark, Burgon, pp. 44-46, 265-266. Reprint, pp. 345-346.

Note 80 Idem, pp. 239-240; Reprint, 319-320.

Note 81 Text Of The New Testament, Metzger, p. 227.

Note 82 Account Of The Printed Text, Tregelles, p. 256.

Note 83 Last Twelve Verses Of Mark, pp. 142-190. Reprint, pp. 222-270.

Note 84 N. T. In The Original Greek, vol. 2, Appendix, p. 51.

Note 85 Four Gospels, pp. 350-351.

Note 86 Last Twelve Verses Of Mark, pp. 232-235, Reprint, pp. 312-315.

Note 87 Idem, p. 237. Reprint, p. 317.

Note 88 Idem, p. 240. Reprint, 320.

Note 89 Idem, p. 227. Reprint p. 307.

Note 90 Idem, p. 235-236. Reprint, p. 315-316.

Note 91 N. T. In The Original Greek, vol. 2, Appendix, p. 32.

Note 92 The Apocryphal New Testament, by M. R. James, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1926, p.

90.

Note 93 Idem, p. 91.

Note 94 Idem, p. 92.

Note 95 Souter, 1947,

Note 96 MPG, vol. 7, Adv. Haer. III, 11, 7.

Note 97 Legg, 1940.

Note 98 MPL, vol. 23, col. 576, (Dialogus contra Pelagianos).

Note 99 Souter, 1947.

 

 

CHAPTER SEVEN

 

Note 1 The Washington Manuscript Of The Four Gospels, by H. C. Sanders, New York: Macmillan, 1912.

Note 2 Idem., p. 41.

Note 3 Idem, p. 134.

Note 4 Idem, p. 3-4.

Note 5 The Text Of The Epistles, G. Zuntz, London: Oxford University Press, 1953, p. 55.

Note 6 JTS, n.s., vol. 11 ( 1960), p. 381.

Note 7 "Lucian and the Lucianic Recension ,of the Greek Bible," by B. M. Metzger, NTS, vol. 8, (1962), pp. 202-203.

Note 8 The Traditional Text Of The Holy Gospels, Burgon and Miller, London: Bell & sons

1896, Appendix II,

"Vinegar," pp. 254-255.

Note 9 Berlin, Origenes Werke, vol. 2, pp. 164-165.

Note 10 Evangelion Da-Mepharreshe, vol. 2, p. 5.

Note 11 lnvestigations into the Text of the New Testament used by Rabbula of Edessa,

Pinneberg, 1947.

Researches on the Circulation of the Peshitto in the Middle of the Fifth Century,

Pinneberg, 1948.

Neue Angeben Ueber, die Textgeschicht-Zustande in Edessa in den Jahren ca.

326-340, Stockholm, 1951.

Early Versions of the New Testament. Stockholm, 1954.

Note 12 Evangelion Da-Mepharreshe, vol. 2, p. 225.

Streeter, Four Gospels, p. 115.

Note 13 Handbook To The Textual Criticism Of The New Testament, by F. G. Kenyon, London: Macmillan, 1912, p. 240.

Note 14 N. T. In The Original Greek, vol 2, pp. 363-376.

Note 15 The Revision Revised, p. 262, note.

Note 16 Handbook, p. 302.

Note 17 TU, vol. 11 (1894), pp. 97-101.

Note 18 N. T. In The Original Greek, vol. 2, Appendix, pp. 21-22.

Note 19 An Atlas Of Textual Criticism, by E. A. Hutton, Cambridge: Cambridge University

Press, 1911, p. 58.

Note 20 The Text Of The New Testament, Metzger, pp. 16-17.

Note 21 N. T. In The Original Greek, vol. 2, p. 117.

Note 22 Idem, pp. 133-134.

Note 23 Idem, p. 142.

Note 24 Idem, p. 143.

Note 25 Handbook, p. 302.

Note 26 "Chrysostom's Text of the Gospel of Mark," by J. Geerlings and S. New, HTR, vol. 24 (1931), pp. 138-149.

Note 27 "The Matthean Text of Chrysostom in his Homilies on Matthew," by C. D. Dicks, JBL, vol. 67 (1948), pp. 365-376.

Note 28 JTS, vol. 7 (1956), pp. 42-55, 193-198; vol. 9 (1958), pp. 278-291.

Note 29 Studies In The Lectionary Text, Chicago: University of Chicago Press; Vol. 1, 1933;

Vol. 2, No. 3, 1944; Vol. 2, No. 4, 1958; Vol. 3, No. 1, 1958.

Note 30 "The Text of the Gospels in Photius," by J. N. Birdsall, JTS, n.s., vol. 7 (1956), p.

42.

Note 31 "The Complex Character of the Late Byzantine Text of the Gospels," by E. C.

Colwell, JBL, vol. 54 (1935), p. 212.

Note 32 Die Schriften des Neuen Testament, 1. Teil, 2. Abt., pp, 707-893.

Note 33 Idem, p. 712.

Note 34 "Caesarean Text of the Gospel of Mark," HTR, vol.

21 (1928), pp. 339ff.

Note 35 Idem, pp. 341-342.

Note 36 "The Byzantine Text of the Gospels," by K. and S. Lake, Memorial Lagrange, Paris,

Gabaldi, 1940, p. 256.

Note 37 HTR, vol.21 (1928), p.341.

Note 38 "The Significance of the Papyri for Progress in New Testament Research," by Kurt Aland, The Bible in Modern Scholarship, Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1965, pp.342-45.

Note 39 JTS, n.s., vol. 7 (1956), p. 43.

Note 40 NTS, vol. 10 (1963), pp. 73-74.

Note 41 HTR, vol. 21 (1928), pp. 345-346.

Note 42 Ibid.

Note 43 See Note 29.

Note 44 See Note 28.

Note 45 See Notes 10 and 11.

Note 46 N. T. In The Original Greek, vol. 2, p. 152.

Note 47 The Text Of The Greek Bible, Kenyon, pp. 216-218.

Note 48 B. B. Warfield, Studies In Tertullian And Augustine. New York: Oxford University

Press, 1930.

Note 49 M. R. Vincent, A History of Textual Criticism, New York: Macmillan, 1899, p.79.

Note 50 A. Souter, The Text and Canon of the New Testament, London: Duckworth, 1912, p. 117.

 

CHAPTER EIGHT

Note 1 Works, edited by A. Dyce, London: 1838, vol. 3, pp. 347-361.

Note 2 De La Rue, vol. 1 p. 16.

Note 3 Erasmus, T. A. Dorey, London: Kegan Paul, 1970.

Erasmus of Christendom, by Roland H. Bainton, New York: Scribner's, 1969.

Principles and Problems of Translation, by W. Schwarz, Cambridge: University

Press, 1955, pp. 92-166.

Erasmus, by Preserved Smith, New York: Harper, 1923.

NSHE, Article, "Erasmus," by Ephraim Emerton.

Note 4 Desiderii Erasmi Roterdami Opera Omnia, Hildesheim: Georg Ohms, 1962,

Unveranderter reprographischer Nachdruck der Aufgabe Leiden, 1705.

Note 5 NSHE, Article, "Erasmus".

Note 6 Principles and Problems of Translation, Schwarz, pp. 96-97, 132-39.

Note 7 Idem, pp. 163-64.

Note 8 Ibid.

Note 9 Erasmus of Christendom, Bainton, p. 181.

Erasmus, Smith, p. 180.

Note 10 Erasmus, Smith, p. 181.

Note 11 The first, 2nd, and 4th editions of Erasmus' New Testament are accessible at the

University of Chicago.

Note 12 Plain Introduction, Scrivener, vol. 2, pp. 182-84.

Note 13 "Principles and Problems of Translation, Schwarz, p. 139.

Note 14 "nisi me consensus orbis alio vocaret, praecipue vero auctoritas Ecclesiae." Note on Rev. 22:20.

Note 15 Works of Martin Luther, Philadelphia: Muhlenberg Press, 1932, vol. 6, pp. 476-89. (Prefaces to Hebrews, James, Jude and Revelation).

Note 16 HTR, vol. 21 (1928), p. 340.

Note 17 The Acts Of The Apostles, by J. A. Alexander, New York: Scribner, 1967, vol. 1, pp.

349-50.

Note 18 The Beginnings Of Christianity, London: Macmillan, 1933, vol. 4, p. 101.

Note 19 Concerning The Text Of The Apocalypse by H. C. Hoskier, London: Quaritch, 1929,

vol. 1, pp. 474-77, vol. 2, pp. 454, 635.

Note 20 NSHE, Article, "Stephanus".

Note 21 Text and Canon of the New Testament, Souter - Williams, pp. 87-88.

Note 22 Calvin's Commentaries, Edinburgh: Calvin Translation Society, 1845-55. Reprint,

Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1948-49.

Note 23 "Codex Bezae and the Geneva Version of the Bible," by B. M. Metzger, New

Testament Tools and Studies, Grand Rapids: Eerdman's, 1968, vol. 8, p. 143, note 2.

Note 24 See Scrivener, Plain Introduction, vol. 2, p. 193, note 1.

Note 25 Article, "Elzevir", Encyclopedia Americana.

Note 26 Die Katholischen Briefe, 3rd. edition, Tuebingen, 1951.

Note 27 Commentary On The Johannine Epistles, ICC, New York: 1912.

Note 28 The Text Of The New Testament, pp. 101-102.

Note 29 Vienna, vol. iii, p. 215.

Note 30 MPL, vol. 67, col. 555.

Note 31 A Plain Introduction, etc., Scrivener, Vol. 2, p. 405.

Note 32 Vienna, vol. xviii, p. 6.

Note 33 MPL, vol. 62, colt 359.

Note 34 Vigilius Tapensis, MPL, vol. 62 col. 243.

Victor Vitensis, Vienna, vol. vii, p. 60.

Fulgentius, MPL, vol. 65, col. 500.

Note 35 MPL, vol. 70 col. 1373.

Note 36 MPL, vol. 42 col. 796.

Note 37 NSHE, Article, "Monarchianism."

Note 38 For a convincing defense of the Johannine Comma see Bengel's Gnomon in loco.

Note 39 See Price, Irwin, Wikgren, The Ancestry Of Our English Bible, pp. 225-267. Also H.

W. Robinson, The Bible In Its Ancient And English Versions, Oxford: 1954, pp.

128-195.

Note 40 Price, op. cit., pp. 268-277.

H. W. Robinson, op. cit., pp. 196-234.

Note 41 The Authorized Edition of the English Bible, by F. H. A. Scrivener, Cambridge:

University Press, 1884, pp. 296-97.

Note 42 Idem, pp. 55-60.

Note 43 Idem, p. 117.

Note 44 Idem, pp. 302-03.

Note 45 Idem, pp. 1-145.

Note 46 H. W. Robinson, op. cit., p. 37.

Note 47 Introduction to the RSV Old Testament, quoted in Revised Version Or Revised

Bible?, by O. T. Allis, Philadelphia: Pres. & Rfd. Pub. Co., 1953, p. 51.

Note 48 Lounsbury, History Of The English Language, p. 287, quoted in Revision Or New

Translation?, by O. T. Allis, Philadelphia: Pres. & Rfd. Pub. Co., 1948, p. 55.

Note 49 The New Testament, An American Translation, by E. J. Goodspeed, University of

Chicago Press, 1923, Preface.

Note 50 Historical Introduction To The New Testament, R.M Grant, p. 56.

Note 51 Authorized Edition of the English Bible, p. 60.

Note 52 Idem, pp. 58-59.

Note 53 Idem, pp. 56-57.

Note 54 See The New Testament Octapla, edited by Luther A. Weigle, New York: Nelson,

1962.

Note 55 Authorized Edition of the English Bible, pp. 56-60, 242-63.

Note 56 A Full Account and Collation of the Greek Cursive Codex Evangelism 604, by H. C.

Hoskier, London: David Nutt, 1890, Appendices B & C.

Note 57 Ibid.

Note 58 The New Testament in Greek According to the Text Followed in the Authorised

Version, Cambridge University Press, 9th Printing, 1949.

Note 59 The New Testament, The Greek Text Underlying the English Authorised Version of

1611, London: The Trinitarian Bible Society, 1976.

Note 60 J. A. Alexander, The Psalms, New York: Scribner, 1860, Vol. 1, p. viii.

Note 61 See K. Aland, NTS, vol. 10 (1963), p. 74.

Note 62 H. W. Robinson, The Bible In Its Ancient & English Versions, pp. 227-234.

Note 63 H. W. Robinson, op. cit., pp. 235-274

Price, Ancestry Of The English Bible, pp. 278-316.

Note 64 "The New American Revision of the Bible," by F. C. Grant, ZNW, Band 45 (1954),

Heft 3-4, pp. 219-220.

 

 

CHAPTER NINE

 

Note 1 "Recent Developments In Cosmology," by Fred Hoyle, Nature, vol. 208, Oct. 9,

1965.

Note 2 N. Y. Times, Sept. 26, 1961.

Index