Gordon D. Fee’s PhD Thesis Available

Posted: July 3, 2012 in General

Larry Hurtado links Gordon D. Fee’s PhD Dissertation with the following words:

[I’m tardy in passing on news (that likely is already known among those most concerned) that Gordon Fee’s PhD thesis is now available freely, “The Significance of Papyrus Bodmer II and Papyrus Bodmer XIV-XV for Methodology in New Testament Textual Criticism” (USC, 1966).   For any other “geeks” such as I who are interested in text-critical matters, this is a real boon.  Fee has been a major contributor to the field for a number of decades, and with a number of valuable exegetical volumes as well.  And he’s a long-time friend.  Here’s the link:

http://ia600502.us.archive.org/34/items/TheSignificanceOfP66AndP75ForMethodologyInNtTextualCriticism/Thesis-Fee.pdf]

Comments
  1. Claudio Rivera says:

    This is a nice resource but would scholars affiliate with a university not alreqsy have access to it (I.e., through proquest). Most reputable institutions have such resources available to their students.

  2. I am sure about that. Here, the attempt is to bring one among thousands into the notice of scholars and non-scholars alike.

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