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Category Archives: Green Collection 1 Corinthians
How Many Oxyrhynchus Papyri Have Been Sold?
Now that the Egypt Exploration Society (EES) has found that Oxford Professor Dirk Obbink has clandestinely sold papyri from the Oxyrhynchus collection to Hobby Lobby, several questions arise. It will take a while to process this. But let’s make a … Continue reading
One of the “Other” Oxyrhynchus Gospels for Sale and a Pattern in the Green Collection
Like many people, I have a number of lingering questions about the alleged sale of four fragmentary gospel papyri from the Oxyrhynchus collection. I’ve mentioned a few of them already in other posts. I’m going to go a little deeper … Continue reading
P129: Some Questions about a Papyrus of 1 Corinthians
[[Update: The papyrus fragments of Romans and 1 Corinthians discussed in this post were among those stolen from the Egypt Exploration Society. See details here.]] On a few occasions, I’ve mentioned a fragmentary papyrus leaf containing 1 Corinthians in the … Continue reading
P129, P130, and P131: A Couple More Observations
In my previous post, I tried to direct attention to the source of certain papyri in the Green Collection and/or the Museum of the Bible that seem to have been acquired at about the same time as “first century” Mark … Continue reading
“First Century” Mark and “Second Century” Romans and “Second Century” Hebrews and “Second Century” 1 Corinthians
[[Update 18 October 2019: It has now been shown that the papyri containing Romans and 1 Corinthians mentioned in this post were in fact stolen from the Oxyrhynchus collection. See details here.]] Elijah Hixson has posted a nice update on … Continue reading