This collection of fourteen essays by Eberhard W. Güting covers important aspects of editorial science with a particular focus on New Testament textual criticism. After an introduction to text criticism for students and teachers, topical essays cover textual emendation, text-critical procedures, literary criticism, history of scholarship, advantages and disadvantages of online manuscripts, and text-critical studies of words and phrases.”
Eberhard W. Güting is an author and editor specializing in textual criticism of the New Testament. He is coeditor of Das Neue Testament auf Papyrus, II: Die paulinischen Briefe (1989) and coauthor of Asyndeton in Paul: A Text Critical and Statistical Enquiry into Pauline Style (1998). In addition to these books, he coedited a volume on the textual criticism of Mark: Heinrich Greeven and Eberhard Güting, eds., Textkritik des Markusevangeliums (2005).