Title: Das Comma Ioanneum. Auf Seine Herkunft Untersucht
Author: Karl Kunstle
Description: Ex library book hs stamps on front paste down and title page. No other library marks. Spine is missing a little of the binding tape at the tail of spine and about 1" at head of spine. Small closed tear on title page. Rear fep is partially detached. Starting hinges. Marbled boards. Marbled text block edges. German Language.
In the early 20th century Karl Künstle helped to popularize a theory that Priscillian of Ávila (c. 350–385) was the author of the Comma. The theory held that "Priscillian interpolated ... in the first epistle of John so as to justify in this way his unitarian theories. The text was then retouched in order to appear orthodox, and in this shape found its way into several Spanish documents." This idea of a Priscillian origin for the Comma had a brief scholarship flourish and then quickly lost support in textual circles.
Jacket Condition: None
Publisher: Freiburg im Breisgau. Herdersche
Place: Vienna, Austria
Size: 5.75 x 9 inches.
Pages: 64 Pages.
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