Mark’s ending in Bezae

Interestingly, I and a professor of mine were looking into, to appease our curiosity, whether the ending of Mark (meaning past verse 8) was present in Codex Bezae. What we found was that although much of the ending is still missing (15-20), Codex Bezae does go up to up to verse 14. This was checked in Nestle-Aland. This adds credulity to the cases for not only how primitive the ending past verse 8 in the 16th chapter of Mark is, but perhaps also that it may be (at least proximately) original to Mark.


About tylerjourneaux

I am an aspiring Catholic theologian and philosopher, and I have a keen interest in apologetics. I am creating this blog both in order to practice and improve my writing and memory retention as I publish my thoughts, and in order to give evidence of my ability to understand and communicate thoughts on topics pertinent to Theology, Philosophy, philosophical theology, Catholic (Christian) Apologetics, philosophy of religion and textual criticism.
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