This site grew out of one of many 'side-tracks' that interrupted my attempt to write a book chronicling the events that led to the current English language Bible. After much work I realized that in order to complete such a book I needed to research many questions that I had assumed were already resolved. Eventually, I stopped writing the book altogether, and started to focus instead on trying to find answers to my questions. This site attempts to answer just a few of them, and if you have any comments, questions, suggestions, etc. regarding it please email me at email@example.com
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The Synoptic Problem - Mark, Matthew, and Luke have much text in common. Which of them came first?
The Western Text - There are a number of Greek, Syriac, and (predominately) Old Latin mss of the New Testament that contain a text-type with unusual characteristic readings, some of which may well be older than those found in almost all Bibles.