This page contains a collection of articles and essays related to textual criticism of the Greek and Hebrew texts of the Bible. They define and illustrate Price's genealogical theory of textual criticism.
A Genealogical History of the Text of the Greek New Testament
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Computer Application: A Genealogical History of the Text of the Greek New Testament
This compter application comes on a thumb drive; it operates on Window PCs. It displays the stemma of the genealogical history of a selected book of the Greek NT, together with many details about the related extant manuscript witnesses and their mutual interrelations.
It is available for $10.00 shipping and handling at the author's address below.
This file is chapter 1 of Price's genealogical theory of Textual Criticism as articulated in about 1995. It describes the algorithms for discovering the genealogical relationships among the existing manuscripts of the Bible.
This file is chapter 2 of Price's genealogical theory of textual criticism as articulated in about 1995. It describes how the genealogical tree can be optimized to present the simplest form of the tree.
This file is a copy of a paper published in Grace Theological Journal in 1987. It illustrates the genealogical approach to textual criticism as applied to the text of the book of Philippians, showing the history of the text as it degraded over time.