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Editorials and General Information for
Obituary: William G. Pierpont
Obituary: Theodore Cressy
Michael Graves, The Origins of Ketiv-Qere Readings
Peter M. Head, Fragments of Six Newly Identified Greek Bible Manuscripts in a Cambridge Collection: A Preliminary Report
David Marcus, A Proto-Masoretic Gloss in the Prayer for the King (Psalm 61:7-8)?
Emanuel Tov, Electronic Resources Relevant to the Textual Criticism of Hebrew Scripture
James A. Sanders, Avenues of Access to Scripture in Early Jewish Literature
One of the goals of TC: A Journal of Biblical Textual Criticism is to provide informative and timely reviews of books in the field of biblical textual criticism. Anyone who would like to suggest a book for review or who would like to volunteer to be a reviewer may contact the TC book review editor, Leonard Greenspoon (firstname.lastname@example.org) or the general editor, James R. Adair (email@example.com).
Klaus Baltzer, Deutero-Isaiah: A Commentary on Isaiah 40-55 (Claude Cox, reviewer)
David Alan Black, ed., Rethinking New Testament Textual Criticism (Kim Haines-Eitzen, reviewer)
François Bovon, Luke 1: A Commentary on the Gospel of Luke 1:1-9:50. (Dirk Jongkind, reviewer)
Kent D. Clarke, "A Rebuttal to William L. Petersen's Review of Studies in the Early Text of the Gospels and Acts" (in TC 7; see also Petersen's response in TC 8)
David J. A. Clines, The Dictionary of Classical Hebrew, vol. 5: m-n (Johan Lust, reviewer)
Johann Cook, ed., Bible and Computer: The Stellenbosch AIBI-6 Conference: Proceedings of the Association Internationale Bible et Informatique "From Alpha to Byte," University of Stellenbosch 17-21 July, 2000. (Thomas Hieke, reviewer)
Harold W. Hoehner, Ephesians: An Exegetical Commentary. (Gie Vleugels, reviewer)
Craig R. Koester, Hebrews: A New Translation with Introduction and Commentary (Tobias Nicklas, reviewer)
Ulrich Luz, Matthew 8-20 (P. J. Williams, reviewer)
Nicholas Perrin, Thomas and Tatian: The Relationship between the Gospel of Thomas and the Diatessaron. (D. C. Parker, reviewer)
William L. Petersen, A Response to Kent D. Clarke (in TC 8; see also Petersen's original review in TC 7)
Reuben J. Swanson, ed., New Testament Greek Manuscripts: Variant Readings Arranged in Horizontal Lines against Codex Vaticanus: Romans. (D. C. Parker, reviewer)
David L. Washburn, A Catalog of Biblical Passages in the Dead Sea Scrolls (Robert F. Shedinger, reviewer)