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- What about Matt. 26:30 and Mark 14:26 which seem to indicate pretty clearly that this interchange took place after they left? (Admittedly, Luke seems to agree with John.) How do we reconcile these differing accounts?
- In your Pillar commentary on John, you say, on 3:29, "Galilean weddings were ordered on somewhat different lines [than Judean]." Can you steer me toward information/resources that would help me research the differences between Judean and Galilean cultures? Thank you.
- Hi Dr Carson, I was just reading this book when I chanced upon this section (pg 35) relatively similar to Pg 101 of Bruce Metzger's book Text of the New Testament. Is there a printing error here?The King James Version Debate: A Plea for RealismAmong the thousands of other Greek manuscripts that have come to light since this episode in the life of Erasmus, only three others attest to the reading. One is minuscule 88, a twelfth-century manuscript with the relevant words scribbled onto the margin in a seventeenth-century hand; a sixteenth-century copy of the Complutensian Polyglot Greek text, which was also under the influence of the Vulgate; and one other manuscript that is variously dated to the fourteenth or seventeenth century.