Hey! It’s like a major find at an archeological dig! Check it out!

the archives near Emmaus

Kudos to Larry Hurtado (HT) for pointing out that Gordon D. Fee’s 1966 USC doctoral dissertation “The Significance of Papyrus Bodmer II and Papyrus Bodmer XIV-XV for Methodology in New Testament Textual Criticism” can be access here. The title is enough to overwhelm me!

It is a scan of the dissertation so you get to see what these things looked like before the good ol’ word processor! Also, the “D” in G.D. Fee stands for “Donald,” something I don’t think I knew (or forgot).

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