Andrew Wilson, «Scribal Habits in Greek New Testament Manuscripts.», Vol. 24 (2011) 95-126
New Testament textual criticism lays considerable stress upon the ways that scribes altered the text. Singular readings provide the most objective and reliable guide to the sorts of errors scribes produced. This paper reports on a study of 4200 singular readings from 33 chapters of the New Testament, providing new insights into scribal habits and the history of the text.