Journal Of Biblical Textual Criticism

TC is an online publication of the SBL and is listed in the Directory of Open Access Journals. Users are permitted to download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of all TC articles. TC publishes full-length scholarly articles, shorter notes, project reports, and reviews of works in the field of biblical textual criticism. Articles on any aspect of the textual criticism of the Jewish and Christian scriptures (including extracanonical and related literature) are welcome, and contributions that transcend the traditional boundary between Hebrew Bible and New Testament textual criticism are especially encouraged. We also invite articles discussing the relationship between textual criticism and other disciplines.

Volume 1 (1996)

Editorials

TC Notes: A Message from the Editor #1

TC’s Inauguration

TC Notes: A Message from the Editor #2

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Articles

Reviews

 

Volume 2 (1997)

Editorials

It is no longer necessary to download the Scholars Press fonts to see TC articles with Greek, Hebrew, and other non-Roman characters in the original scripts! The latest editions of Netscape Communicator and Microsoft Internet Explorer allow users to see non-Romans characters on their screens without further effort. For more details, see TC Notes 3. TC readers without the latest browsers should still be able to view the original script articles if they have the proper fonts installed.

For people who do not have a browser that displays non-Roman characters, viewing Hebrew, Greek, and other languages is problematic. TC uses a standard transliteration scheme in the regular HTML and text versions of all its articles. Words that are transliterated in the text are enclosed in tags that indicate the language of the words, for example, <heb> (Hebrew), <arc> (Aramaic), <grc> (Greek), and <syr> (Syriac). Click here to see a more complete list of abbreviations.

TC Notes: A Message from the Editor #3

Embedded Fonts

TC Notes: A Message from the Editor #4

Articles

Andrew E. Steinmann, “Jacob’s Family Goes to Egypt: Varying Portraits of Unity and Disunity in the Textual Traditions of Exodus 1:1-5”

Reviews

 

Volume 3 (1998)

Editorials

TC Notes: A Message from the Editor #5

Frames and Other Changes to TC

Articles

The following six articles are based on papers delivered in a meeting of the New Testament Textual Criticism section of the Society of Biblical Literature, San Francisco, November 1997. During this session, Barbara Aland and Klaus Wachtel, two of the editors of the Novum Testamentum Graecum Editio Critica Maior, presented the volume, and four of their colleagues presented their thoughts on this important new work.

Review Articles

William L. Petersen, “Some Observations on a Recent Edition of and Introduction to Shem-Tob’s ‘Hebrew Matthew'”

Editor’s Note: A response by George Howard appears in TC 4.

Reviews

 

Volume 4 (1999)

Articles

David Marcus, “Aramaic Mnemonics in Codex Leningradensis”

Review Articles

George Howard, “A Response to William L. Petersen’s Review of Hebrew Gospel of Matthew

Reviews

 

Volume 5 (2000)

Articles

Reviews

 

Volume 6 (2001)

Articles

Reviews

 

Volume 7 (2002)

Articles

Textual Notes

Charles E. Hill, A Notice of Corrections in Standard Editions of Two Johannine Manuscripts

Reviews

 

Volume 8 (2003)

Articles

Review Articles

James A. Sanders, Avenues of Access to Scripture in Early Jewish Literature

Reviews

 

Volume 9-10 (2004-5)

Reviews

 

Volume 11 (2006)

Articles

Wayne C. Kannaday, “Are Your Intentions Honorable?”: Apologetic Interests and the Scribal Revision of Jesus in the Canonical Gospels

Review Articles

Jan Krans, NA27 in SESB 1.0: A First Look

Reviews

 

Volume 12 (2007)

Articles

Reviews

 

Volume 13 (2008)

Articles

Reviews

 

Volume 14 (2009)

Reviews

Andrew F. Gregory and Christopher M. Tuckett, eds., The New Testament and the Apostolic Fathers, Volume 1: The Reception of the New Testament in the Apostolic Fathers (Dan Batovici, reviewer)

 

Volume 15 (2010)

Articles

Reviews

 

Volume 16 (2011)

Articles

Reviews

 

 

 

 

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