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Book Notes The Book of Revelation1. Markus Lembke, Darius Müller and Ulrich B. Schmid with Martin Karrer (eds.), Text und Textwert der griechischen Handschriften des Neuen Testaments. Die Apokalypse: Teststellenkollationen und Auswertungen (Berlin and Boston: de Gruyter, 2017) xx + 150* + 791 pp. isbn: 3110547283, €199,95 (= antf 49).This antf volume comes under the control of the Münster Institut but the series editors are acknowledged in the Preface. When the first volume of Text und Textwert (= TuT) appeared 30 years ago, the then director of the Münster Institut, Prof. Kurt Aland, decided that, because of Josef Schmid’s pioneering and influential work on the Apocalypse, it would be unnecessary to publish a volume on Revelation in TuT. Martin Karrer, in charge of the team now tasked with producing the forthcoming Editio critica maior (= ecm) of Revelation, thinks otherwise. This book is thus among his growing contributions to the academic study of the Book of Revelation and is published here (unlike previous volumes in this series) as one thick volume. In preparing it the decision was reached to include a higher proportion of Teststellen than normal—123 in total. Even in these days when the Coherence Based Genealogical Method wields its http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Novum Testamentum Brill

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Novum Testamentum , Volume 60 (1): 9 – Dec 27, 2018

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Copyright © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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0048-1009
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The Book of Revelation1. Markus Lembke, Darius Müller and Ulrich B. Schmid with Martin Karrer (eds.), Text und Textwert der griechischen Handschriften des Neuen Testaments. Die Apokalypse: Teststellenkollationen und Auswertungen (Berlin and Boston: de Gruyter, 2017) xx + 150* + 791 pp. isbn: 3110547283, €199,95 (= antf 49).This antf volume comes under the control of the Münster Institut but the series editors are acknowledged in the Preface. When the first volume of Text und Textwert (= TuT) appeared 30 years ago, the then director of the Münster Institut, Prof. Kurt Aland, decided that, because of Josef Schmid’s pioneering and influential work on the Apocalypse, it would be unnecessary to publish a volume on Revelation in TuT. Martin Karrer, in charge of the team now tasked with producing the forthcoming Editio critica maior (= ecm) of Revelation, thinks otherwise. This book is thus among his growing contributions to the academic study of the Book of Revelation and is published here (unlike previous volumes in this series) as one thick volume. In preparing it the decision was reached to include a higher proportion of Teststellen than normal—123 in total. Even in these days when the Coherence Based Genealogical Method wields its

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