The author offers a research proposal for a new commentary on the Gospel of John, provisionally entitled An Internal Textual Commentary on John, Part I: A Commentary on the Apparatus to NA27; Part II: A Selective Commentary on the Apparatus to Tischendorf and Elliott & Parker. In the proposal, he responds to criticism of his previous work on Jude offered by Peter Head in Novum Testamentum 61(2) 181-185. The proposed work on John will not exemplify thoroughgoing eclecticism in practice, but will instead measure (1) the internal strength of three major text-types, and (2) the internal strength of two editions of the Greek New Testament, NA27 and Westcott & Hort (1881).
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