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New Testament Papyri: P8

P8 is a copy of Acts dated to the fourth century. It is considered to be of the Alexandrian textual type and was assigned by Kurt Aland to Category II. It is currently housed...

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New Testament Papyri: P7

P7 is a New Testament fragment containing only Luke 4:1-2. It is difficult to classify by date or textual type because of it being such a small fragment. It has been dated from the...

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New Testament Papyri: P6

P6 is a fragment of the Gosple of John containing John 10:1-2.4-7. 9-10; 11:1-8. 45-52. It is dated to the fourth century, is considered to be of the Alexandrian textual type and was placed...

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New Testament Papyri: P5

P5 is a fragment of the Gospel of John dated to the early third century. It contains the verses John 1:23-31,33-40; 16:14-30; 20:11-17,19-20,22-25. It is classified within the Western textual type and Kurt Aland...

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Upcoming Podcasts

I have changed my plans for the upcoming podcasts. The next one, which will be posted in the next day or two, will consider the claims that Paul never believed in an earthly Jesus....

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James as “Brother of the Lord”

The reference in Galatians 1:19 to James as “the Lord’s brother” (or, equivalently, “the brother of the Lord”) has long been the subject of debate. Most Protestants insisted James was a biological son of...

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New Testament Papyri: P4

P4 is one of the earliest extant examples of that Gospel of Luke and contains sections of the first six chapters (Luke 1:58-59; 1:62-2:1; 2:6-7; 3:8-4:2; 4:29-32, 34-35; 5:3-8; 5:30-6:16) and is dated to...

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New Testament Papyri: P3

P3 is a New Testament papyrus fragment that was part of a lectionary. It contains Luke 7:36-45, 10:38-42. It is dated to the sixth or seventh century and Kurt Aland placed it in Category...

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New Testament Papyri: P2

P2 is a New Testament papyrus fragment that some scholars believe is from a lectionary. It contains John 12:12-15 in Greek on one side and Luke 7:22-26 in Coptic on the other. It is...