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CONTENTS.

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INTRODUCTION.
The Traditional Text—established by evidence—especially before St. Chrysostom —corruption—early rise of it—Galilee of the Gentiles — Syrio-Low-Latin source—various causes and forms of corruption pp. 1-9
CHAPTER I.
GENERAL CORRUPTION.
§ 1. Modern re-editing—difference between the New Testament and other books—immense number of copies—ordinary causes of error—Doctrinal causes. § 2. Elimination of weakly attested readings—nature of inquiry. § 3. Smaller blemishes in MSS. unimportant except when constant. § 4. Most mistakes arose from inadvertency: many from unfortunate design pp. 10-23
CHAPTER II.
ACCIDENTAL CAUSES OF CORRUPTION.
I. PURE ACCIDENT.
§ 1. St. John x. 29. § 2. Smaller instances, and Acts xx. 24. § 3. St. Luke ii. § 4. St. Mark xv. 6; vii. 4; vi. 22. § 5. St. Mark viii. 1; vii. 4—St. John xiii. 37 pp. 24-35
CHAPTER III.
ACCIDENTAL CAUSES OF CORRUPTION.
II. HOMOEOTELEUTON.
St. Luke ii. 15—St. John vi. 11; vi. 53—St. Matt, xxiii. 14; xix. 9—St. Luke xvi. 21 pp. 36-41
xiiCHAPTER IV.
ACCIDENTAL CAUSES OF CORRUPTION.
III. FROM WRITING IN UNCIALS.
§ 1. St. John iv. 35-36. § 2. St. Luke xv. 17-St. John v. 44. § 3. Acts xxvii. 14—St. John iv. 15—St. Luke xvii. 37—St. Matt. xxii. 23—and other passages. § 4. St. John v. 4—St. Luke xxiii. 11—St. Matt. iv. 23. § 5. 2 St. Peter i. 21—Heb. vii. 1. § 6. St. Matt. xxvii. 17 pp. 42-55
CHAPTER V.
ACCIDENTAL CAUSES OF CORRUPTION.
IV. ITACISM.
§ 1. Various passages-St. John xii. 1, 2; 41. § 2. Rev. i. 5—Other passages—St. Mark vii. 19. § 3. St. Mark iv. 8. § 4. Titus ii. 5. pp. 56-66
CHAPTER VI.
ACCIDENTAL CAUSES OF CORRUPTION.
V. LITURGICAL INFLUENCE.
§ 1. Lectionaries of the Church—Liturgical influence—Antiquity of the Lectionary System. § 2. St. John xiv. 1Acts iii. 1—Last Twelve Verses of St. Mark. § 3. St. Luke vii. 31; ix. 1—Other passages. § 4. St. Mark xv. 28. § 5. Acts iii. 1—St. Matt. xiii. 44; xvii. 23. § 6. St. Matt. vi. 13 (doxology in the Lord’s Prayer) pp. 67-88
CHAPTER VII.
CAUSES OF CORRUPTION CHIEFLY INTENTIONAL.
I. HARMONISTIC INFLUENCE.
§ 1. St. Mark xvi. 9. § 2. St. Luke xxiv. 1—other examples. § 3. Chiefly intentional—Diatessarons—St. Matt. xvii. 25, 26—Harmonized narratives—Other examples pp. 89-99
CHAPTER VIII.
CAUSES OF CORRUPTION CHIEFLY INTENTIONAL.
II. ASSIMILATION.
§ 1. Transfer from one Gospel to another. § 2. Not entirely intentional—Various passages. § 3. St. John xvi. 16. § 4. St. John xiii. 21-25. § 5. St. Mark i. 1, 2—Other examples—St. Matt. xii. 10 (St. Luke xiv. 3)—and others. § 6. St. Mark vi. 11. § 7. St. Mark xiv. 70 pp. 100-122
xiiiCHAPTER IX.
CAUSES OF CORRUPTION CHIEFLY INTENTIONAL.
III. ATTRACTION.
§ 1. St. John vi. 71 and xiii. 26. § 2. Acts xx. 242 Cor. iii. 3. pp. 123-127
CHAPTER X.
CAUSES OF CORRUPTION CHIEFLY INTENTIONAL.
IV. OMISSION.
§ 1. Omissions a class of their own—Exemplified from the Last Twelve Verses of St. Mark—Omission the besetting fault of transcribers. § 2. The onus pvbandi rests upon omitters. § 3. St. Luke vi. 1; and other omissions. § 4. St. Matt. xxi. 44. § 5. St. Matt. xv. 8. St. Matt. v. 44 — Reply to the Reviewer in the Guardian. § 7. Shorter Omissions pp. 128-156
CHAPTER XI.
CAUSES OF CORRUPTION CHIEFLY INTENTIONAL.
V. TRANSPOSITION.
§ 1. St. Mark i. 5; ii. 3—Other instances. § 2. St. Luke xiii. 9; xxiv. 7. § 3. Other examples—St. John v. 27—Transpositions often petty, but frequent pp. 557-163
VI. SUBSTITUTION.
§ 4. If taken with Modifications, a large class—Various instances pp. 164-165
VII. ADDITION.
§ 5. The smallest of the four—St. Luke vi. 4—St. Matt. xx. 28. § 6. St. Matt. viii. 13; xxiv. 36—St. Mark iii. 16—Other examples pp. 166-171
CHAPTER XII.
CAUSES OF CORRUPTION CHIEFLY INTENTIONAL.
VIII. GLOSSES.
§ 1. Not so numerous as has been supposed—St. Matt. xiii. 36—St. Mark vii. 3. § 2. St. Luke ix. 23. § 3. St. John vi. 15; xiii. 24; xx. 18—St. Matt. xxiv. 31. § 4. St. John xviii. 14—St. Mark vi. 11. § 5. St. Mark xiv. 41—St. John ix. 22. § 6. St. John xii. 7. § 7. St. John xvii. 4. § 8. St. Luke i. 66. § 9. St. Luke v. 7Acts xx. 4 pp. 170-190
xivCHAPTER XIII.
CAUSES OF CORRUPTION CHIEFLY INTENTIONAL.
IX. CORRUPTION BY HERETICS.
§ 1. This class very evident—Began in the earliest times—Appeal to what is earlier still—Condemned in all ages and countries. § 2. The earliest depravers of the Tcxt—Tatian’s Diatessaron. § 3. Gnostics—St. John i. 3-4. § 4. St. John x. 14,15. § 5. Doctrinal—Matrimony—St. Matt. i. 19 pp. 191-210
CHAPTER XIV.
CAUSES OF CORRUPTION CHIEFLY INTENTIONAL.
X. CORRUPTION BY THE ORTHODOX.
§ 1. St. Luke xix. 41; ii. 40. § 2. St. John viii. 40; and i. 18. § 3. 1 Cor. xv. 47. § 4. St. John iii. 13. § 5. St. Luke ix. 54-56 pp. 211-231
APPENDIX
PERICOPE DE ADULTERA pp. 232-265
APPENDIX II.

DR. HORT’S THEORY OF CONFLATION AND THE NEUTRAL TEXT

pp. 266-286
INDEX OF SUBJECTS pp. 287-288
INDEX OF PASSAGES OF THE NEW TESTAMENT DISCUSSED pp. 289-290
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