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Steven Avery

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An incredibly informative study:

Codex Sinaiticus Authenticity Research
Homeoteleuton - Text Omitted Because Of Similar Endings
http://www.sinaiticus.net/homeoteleuton.html

homoeoteleuton textbook case – W. R. Meyer
https://app.box.com/s/jnbxtg8et442xtsobklq8k830bwpyvnw

homoeoteleuton’s layman’s guide – Steven Avery
https://app.box.com/s/teozkmv0ifshfwdjne4vsgkmjlzjs4sn

discovery of homoeoteleutons – W.R. Meyer
https://app.box.com/s/2k4ihkp6op1appn4fw5egvsiw2kw01v2


Steven
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Twisted

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Re: textbook case of homoeoteleuton - Claromontanus and Sinaiticus
« Reply #1 on: March 09, 2017, 09:30:46 PM »
I took a look, but it's all Greek to me.
"And they call *ME* crazy!"

Ransom

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Re: textbook case of homoeoteleuton - Claromontanus and Sinaiticus
« Reply #2 on: March 09, 2017, 11:13:50 PM »
An incredibly niformative study:

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David W. Daniels, Rancho Cucamonga, CA
Mark Michie, Austin, Manitoba

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"Incredibly niformative [sic]"? Gee, no bias here, right Stevie?
Take care,
Scott



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Steven Avery

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Re: textbook case of homoeoteleuton - Claromontanus and Sinaiticus
« Reply #3 on: March 11, 2017, 02:40:07 PM »
"Incredibly niformative [sic]"? Gee, no bias here, right Stevie?
  To a large extent there is no such thing as being bias-free in any matters involving faith and God.  Atheists have biases, textual critics have presuppositions, pure Bible believers tend to understand through the lens of the Bible.

Hard evidence,  in this case the homoeoteleutons, speaks for itself.  It is clear that the evidence is very difficult to square with a 4th century Sinaiticus.

 "knowledge of documents should precede final judgement upon readings"
Fenton Hort, 1881

Ransom

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Re: textbook case of homoeoteleuton - Claromontanus and Sinaiticus
« Reply #4 on: March 12, 2017, 01:02:32 PM »
To a large extent there is no such thing as being bias-free in any matters involving faith and God.

Well, thanks for the irrelevant niformation [sic], Stevie, but I was referring to the way you tooted your own horn, promoting your own work as "incredibly niformative [sic]." Though I have no doubt you do impress yourself very much, I find myself considerably less impressed.

And let us not forget that the Sinaiticus forgery conspiracy theory was concocted by a known fraud. Who was probably tooting his own horn when he tried to take credit for it.
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Take care,
Scott



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Steven Avery

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Re: textbook case of homoeoteleuton - Claromontanus and Sinaiticus
« Reply #5 on: March 13, 2017, 03:24:45 AM »
 The reason the studies are informative is that the "textbook case" homoeotelueton is an amazing find.

Maybe some day you will actually look at the pictures of the manuscripts and understand the evidence.

Steven

Ransom

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Re: textbook case of homoeoteleuton - Claromontanus and Sinaiticus
« Reply #6 on: March 13, 2017, 08:54:03 AM »
The reason the studies are informative is that the "textbook case" homoeotelueton is an amazing find.

I don't get the impression that you find it too difficult to amaze yourself.
Take care,
Scott



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Maestroh

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Re: textbook case of homoeoteleuton - Claromontanus and Sinaiticus
« Reply #7 on: July 01, 2018, 06:46:30 PM »

Give us the provenance of when Simonides had Claromontanus please.


prophet

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Re: textbook case of homoeoteleuton - Claromontanus and Sinaiticus
« Reply #8 on: December 01, 2018, 12:08:09 PM »
I'm guessing that Beza's works would reference this?
Since he "discovered" the ms?

The funny thing is...we know that Tischendorf, Hort, etc., never saw the entire document, since 12 leaves were discovered after he gifted the majority of them to the Russian Czar.
 
We know that a portion of the document remains at Leipzig, a portion in Russia, and the majority in a British Museum.

It wasn't until the last 20 years, that technology has reunited the Kindling Kodex.

Just knowing this history, puts this whole discussion, and  Hort's work,  into irrelevance.

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