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dc.creatorMiller, Jeffrey
dc.identifier.citationJeffrey D. Miller, "The Long and Short of Lectio Brevior Potior," The Bible Translator 57/1 (2006): 11–16; "Lectio Brevior Potior and New Testament Textual Criticism," The Bible Translator 70/1 (2019): 82–93.en_US
dc.description.abstractTwo articles, both published in the journal The Bible Translator, that argue against the validity of preferring shorter readings (lectio brevior potior) as a principle of New Testament textual criticism.en_US
dc.publisherThe Bible Translatoren_US
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dc.subjectNew Testament textual criticismen_US
dc.subjectLectio Brevior Potioren_US
dc.titleTwo articles on New Testament textual criticismen_US
dc.title.alternativeThe Long and Short of Lectio Brevior Potioren_US
dc.title.alternativeBreaking the Rules: Lectio Brevior Potior and New Testament Textual Criticismen_US

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