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June 7th
2020
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Clicking on Bibliography will give you the 6/6/2020 updated version.

May 3rd
2020
written by phil

Richard Fellows, “Are There Distigme-Obelos Symbols in Vaticanus?” New Testament Studies 65 (2019) 246-251 and Jan Krans, “Paragraphoi, Not Obelos, in Codex Vaticanus,” NTS 65 (2019) 252-257 deny the thesis of Philip B. Payne, “Vaticanus Distigme-obelos Symbols Marking Added Text, Including 1 Corinthians 14.34–5,” NTS 63 (2017) 604-625. This Critique of Vaticanus Distigme-obelos Denials shows that these denials provide key evidence that, in fact, supports that Vaticanus distigme-obelos symbols mark where some manuscripts add a block of text.

June 21st
2018
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This is Phil’s chapter “What-about Headship? From Hierarchy to Equality” in Mutual by Design: A better Model for Christian Marriage (ed. Elizabeth Beyer; Minneapolis: CBE International, 2017). (more…)

February 19th
2018
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The home page of New Testament Studies at https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/new-testament-studies states:

“Most read  Article:         Vaticanus Distigme-obelos Symbols Marking Added Text, Including 1 Corinthians 14.34–5

·         Philip B. Payne

·         New Testament Studies, Volume 63, Issue 4″

The NTS web site also lists this article as already having reached a media ranking of 19. There is only one issue in New Testament Studies in the past ten years for which the sum of the media rankings of all the articles in that issue (up to 10 articles) combined is higher than the media ranking of this one article.

March 22nd
2016
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We found and removed the invisible content inserted into pbpayne.com in order to boost another site’s Google ranking. We regenerated the whole site with the lastest version of Word Press to increase security. Google has reindexed pbpayne.com and found no security issues.

February 27th
2016
written by phil

UPDATE: We found and removed the invisible content inserted into pbpayne.com in order to boost another site’s Google ranking. Google has reindexed pbpayne.com and found no security issues. (more…)

May 1st
2014
written by phil

Man and Woman, One in Christ is included in the list of 99 important theological works from the time of Augustine to the present at http://theologydegreesonline.com/important-books/  It is #8 on the list. The list is introduced: “there are a few books that have achieved such insight and lucidity that anyone interested in Christian theology should take the time to read them.”