The Four Gospels: A Study in Calligraphy

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The Four Gospels: A Study in Calligraphy

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by W.J. Cocke

Copying the Bible by hand is a very old spiritual exercise in both Christianity and Judaism. Unfortunately, the development of the printing press, Starting in the 15th century, made the practice of this craft less common. Consequently, the present work seems to be the only calligraphic edition of any of the Four Gospels available in English. It is appropriate to mention here a few points about the present work: First, the Italicize words appearing in the most editions of the King James Version indicate clarifying additions to earlier versions. This distinction seems unnecessary, and in this work the text has been written uniformly. Secondly, large capitals are used here at the start of certain verses where some editions begin a new paragraph. The scribe has carefully compared this copy with type-set editions, and he would appreciate being notified of any mistakes.

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