At some point in their studies, students of the Bible will inevitably come across questions addressed by textual criticism. Yet many of us are either uninterested in the field of textual criticism or, more likely, untrained in the tools and apparatuses needed to produce helpful results. It should come as no surprise that Logos Bible Software is a powerful and easy-to-use platform for embarking on the study of manuscripts.
In this video, Mark Barnes walks you through setting up Logos for textual criticism, and he suggests resources that will be helpful to you.
This Logos screencast is an excerpt from a course in Logos Mobile Education. All Mobile Ed courses contain many of these helpful screencasts, which means that as you learn more about Scripture you’ll also be receiving in-depth training on how to use Logos for better study. Learn more about Logos Mobile Education.
Here are some of the textual criticism resources Mark Barnes mentioned in the video. Add them to your Logos library today!
- A Student’s Guide to the Textual Criticism of the Bible
- Introduction to the New Testament in the Original Greek
- An Introduction to the Textual Criticism of the New Testament (Warfield)
- An Introduction to the Textual Criticism of the New Testament (Robertson)
- The Greek New Testament: SBL Edition
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