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Archives and Special Collections at Southeastern: Robinson, Maurice papers

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Maurice Robinson papers, 1982-1998

Creator(s): Maurice Robinson (1947- )
Date(s): 1982–1998
Extent: 1.45 cu.ft.
Biographical Note: Maurice Robinson (1947-) is a Greek and New Testament scholar most well known as an advocate for the Byzantine-Priority method of textual criticism. He completed his Ph.D. from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in 1982, his dissertation is entitled "Scribal Habits among Manuscripts of the Apocalypse". He served on Faculty at St. Petersburg Bible College (1982-1984), Luther Rice Seminary (1985-1991) and Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (1991-2016). He published numerous works including an edition of the Greek New Testament using the Byzantine-Priority Method. 

Scope and Contents: Series one contains copies of the Textus Receptus (Oxford 1873) text with handwritten annotations indicating line, column, and page breaks, as well as, circled common variants and other notes. Each sheet identifies the manuscripts by its Gregory-Aland MS number (or other manuscript identification number or title) and century. Series two consists of SEBTS correspondence related to the Conservative Resurgence and series three a copy of Dr. Robinson's dissertation from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. 

Language(s): English, Greek
Conditions Governing Access: This collection is open for research.
Custodial History: Material in series one donated by Dr. Robinson September 1, 2016 and series two donated October 18, 2018.
Processing History: Arranged and described by Justin Clark, Archives Assistant in April 2021.
Preferred Citation: Maurice Robinson papers, Archives and Special Collections, Library at Southeastern, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, Wake Forest, NC.
Repository: Archives and Special Collections, Library at Southeastern, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, Wake Forest, NC
Resource Identifier: ARC.055

Subjects and Access Points:

Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary

Greek language, Biblical

Greek language--Grammar