Solid Rock Greek New Testament, Portable Edition

Solid Rock Greek New Testament, Portable Edition

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Overview

The Solid Rock Greek New Testament: Portable Edition (SRP) aims to meet the pressing need for a portable and accessible text produced from a Byzantine-priority perspective. To this end, SRP offers a Byzantine text of the Greek New Testament, complete with a brief introduction to Byzantine-priority theory, a compact design with 10-point text and 5-by-8 inch pages, chapter-verse references on page headers, and a reading-oriented layout (words are not bogged down with critical marks, the text is not split with an apparatus, and chapter and verse marks are designed to be easy to find without breaking the flow of the underlying passage).

A scholar's edition, complete with an apparatus, is also available (ISBN 978-0-9995322-0-1).

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780999532218
Publisher: Solid Rock Publications of Virginia
Publication date: 01/25/2018
Pages: 504
Product dimensions: 6.50(w) x 1.50(h) x 9.50(d)

About the Author

Joey McCollum is a software developer in Roanoke, Virginia. His personal study in Koine Greek and background in mathematics and programming quickly guided him to New Testament textual criticism, where his cross-disciplinary interests could fruitfully interact. He has authored a number of unpublished studies on scribal habits and text-critical methodology, the most notable one outlining a machine learning-based method for the pre-genealogical classification of manuscripts and readings in the presence of cross-contamination. He has also served as a volunteer transcriber for the International Greek New Testament Project for a year, during which time he has completed over 100 full transcriptions of manuscripts in Galatians and Ephesians.

Stephen L. Brown is assistant pastor at First Baptist Church in North Conway, New Hampshire. During his teen years, he discovered a passion for and proficiency in linguistics and biblical languages including Koine Greek, biblical Hebrew, and Aramaic. Since then, he has produced a number of unpublished works on both New Testament and Old Testament textual criticism. His early text-critical work in the New Testament followed the reasoned eclectic methodology popular in modern scholarship, but his continued study raised questions about the assumptions of this approach, and these questions in turn led him to find a more viable alternative in Byzantine priority theory.

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