quarta-feira, 1 de novembro de 2017

Introdução ao Método Genealógico Baseado na Coerência

Para entender o que é Método Genealógico Baseado na Coerência, leia primeiro este post de 18 de dezembro de 2013, escrito por Cássio Murilo Dias da Silva: Crítica textual do NT: Método genealógico baseado na coerência.

Agora leia o post de Tommy Wasserman, publicado em 25 de outubro de 2017: A New Approach to Textual Criticism – A Book that Will Keep You Awake 

E veja o livro:

WASSERMAN, T. ; GURRY, P. J. A New Approach to Textual Criticism: An Introduction to the Coherence-Based Genealogical Method. Atlanta: SBL Press, 2017, 164 p. - ISBN 9781628371994.

WASSERMAN, T. ; GURRY, P. J. A New Approach to Textual Criticism: An Introduction to the Coherence-Based Genealogical Method. Atlanta: SBL Press, 2017
 
With the publication of the widely used 28th edition of Nestle-Aland’s Novum Testamentum Graece and the 5th edition of the United Bible Society Greek New Testament, a computer-assisted method known as the Coherence-Based Genealogical Method (CBGM) was used for the first time to determine the most valuable witnesses and establish the initial text. This book offers the first full-length, student-friendly introduction to this important new method. After setting out the method’s history, separate chapters clarify its key concepts, including genealogical coherence, textual flow diagrams, and the global stemma. Examples from across the New Testament are used to show how the method works in practice. The result is an essential introduction that will be of interest to students, translators, commentators, and anyone else who studies the Greek New Testament.


Tommy Wasserman is Professor of Biblical Studies at Ansgar Teologiske Høgskole, Kristiansand, Norway. He is secretary of the International Greek New Testament Project, serves on the board of the Centre for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts, and has started projects on manuscript transcription and manuscript forgeries for the Museum of the Bible. He is Associate Editor of TC: A Journal of Biblical Textual Criticism.

Peter J. Gurry is Assistant Professor of New Testament at Phoenix Seminary. He has worked with the Center for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts and the Museum of the Bible to both preserve and publish New Testament manuscripts.

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