Athanasius frequently quotes the Pauline epistles in his writings. The author examines and classifies Athanasius's references to these works as citations, adaptations, or allusions. He then considers whether it is likely that Athanasius was quoting from memory or copying a written text. Finally, he discusses the agreement of Athanasius's text with Primary and Secondary Alexandrian witnesses, as well as with the Byzantine text-type.
|Number of pages||25|
|Publication status||Published - 2008|
- Biblical Textual Criticism
- Alexandrian Text Type
- Pauline Epistles