I’m undergoing a long process of bringing myself up to date with blogs and the web 2 world and part of that is trying to bring together one by one bits and pieces I have written notes on over the years. Here is another one, where I present a case for arguing that the whole of Romas 1:2-6 was an interpolation by an anti-Marcionite redactor.
Criteria I’ve used are taken from William O. Walker’s “Interpolation in the Pauline Letters” (2001).
Constructive criticism most welcome of course.
marcion, romans, rom.1.2-6, pauline+epistles
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