Steven Avery wrote: ↑
Mon Oct 01, 2018 3:00 pm
Steven Avery wrote: ↑
Mon Oct 01, 2018 11:13 am
Ulan wrote: ↑
Sat Sep 29, 2018 12:44 am
Also, you forget about the point that the monks had been collecting all the different parts from the monastery in the time between.
A Tischendorf fabrication myth that does not have a scintilla of support evidence.
In fact the modern theorists went a step further. They conjectured an 1844-1845 Sinai binding. Just because they were stuck with the Tischendorf 1844 lies,
So how has Ulan and many others been duped by Tischendorf?
This is a fine example of circular misinformation based on Tischendorf lies.
The Collected Biblical Writings of T.C. Skeat (2004)
Introduction by James Keith Elliott
James Keith Elliott:
In a letter to me dated 27.4.1999 Skeat, in anticipation of writing that article for Novum Testamentum wrote:
What, then, happened to the rest of the dump which the monks had collected and had intended to burn? Tischendorf had, before he left Sinai [SA: 1844], urged the monks to search for further fragments of Sinaiticus, and it is clear that they did just this, recovering in all further leaves of the Old Testament plus the complete New Testament, the Epistle of Barnabas and the earlier part of Hermas. These the monks attempted to bind. This is the 'second binding' described by Cockerell on pp.82-3 of Scribes and Correctors and, as he showed, a very incompetent job it was indeed so faulty that it looks as if they abandoned the attempt to complete it by attaching boards. Their efforts did, however, succeed in keeping the surviving leaves together. That this binding was after Tischendorf's 1844 visit is proved by the fact that it includes the leaf containing Isaiah 66:12 - Jeremiah 1:7 which Tischendorf had been allowed to copy, though he was not permitted to take away. Furthermore, Uspensky claimed to have seen the volume during two visits to Sinai, in 1845 and 1850, and the binding applied by the monks must have been executed between Tischendorf's departure in May 1844 and 1845. This was the same binding which the manuscript possessed when Tischendorf finally found it in 1859 and still possessed when the manuscript reached the British Museum on 27 December, 1933. "(cf. the plates in Scribes and Correctors fig. 1) - Collected Writings of T. C. Skeat,
Now, I have placed a lot of the background on one page, to make it easy to understand how Ulan, and many others, have been duped by accepting as true the Tischendorf made up stories once again (here the key issue is the wondrous story he made up in 1859 to explain his 1844 theft.)
Pure Bible Forum - Sinaiticus
bindings and rebindings
http://www.purebibleforum.com/showthrea ... rebindings