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Categories of New Testament manuscripts

New Testament manuscripts in Greek are categorized into five groups, according to a scheme introduced in 1981 by Kurt and Barbara Aland in The text of the New Testament. The categories are based on. Speaking, earlier Alexandrian manuscripts are category I, while Byzantine manuscripts are category V. Aland's method involved considering 1000 passages where the Byzantine text differs from non-Byzantine text; the Alands did not select their 1000 readings from all of the NT books. This category includes the earliest manuscripts; some fourth century and earlier papyri and uncials are in this category, as are manuscripts of the Alexandrian text-type. The manuscripts in this category are important when considering textual problems and are considered by many scholars to be a good representation of the autograph, due to their early dating; the manuscripts in this category are similar to category I manuscripts, are important in textual consideration of the autograph. However, the texts contain some alien influences, such as those found in the Byzantine text-type.

Egyptian texts fall in this category. The manuscripts in category III are important when discussing the history of the textual traditions and to a lesser degree for establishing the original text; the manuscripts contain independent readings, have a distinctive character. F1, f13 are examples of manuscript families. Manuscripts of this category present mixed or eclectic text-type. Category IV contains the few manuscripts; these texts are of the Western text-type. Byzantine and Byzantine texts fall under this category. Caesarean text-type is the term proposed by certain scholars to denote a consistent pattern of variant readings of the four Gospels. See Aland:159–162; this system of classification prefers the Alexandrian text-type. Manuscripts that represent the Western text-type are classified as Category IV in Gospels, Category II/III in the Pauline Letters; this is significant because some scholars believe that some or all of the Minuscule text or the Western texts are closer to the original texts.

Some manuscripts are not classified. Uncial 055 is not because it is a commentary, according to some specialists, written in a minuscule hand. P 7, P 89, P 121, Uncial 080, Uncial 0100, Uncial 0118, 0174, 0230, 0263, 0264, 0267, 0268 are too brief to classify. Uncial 0144 and 0196 are not accessible. P 25 is not classified because of the Diatessaric character of text. P 5 was classified to Category I. According to Comfort it is "a good example of what Kurt and Barbara Aland call "normal". List of New Testament papyri List of New Testament uncials List of New Testament minuscules List of New Testament lectionaries Textual variants in the New Testament List of major textual variants in the New Testament Aland and Aland, Barbara; the Text of the New Testament: An Introduction to the Critical Editions and to the Theory and Practice of Modern Textual Criticism. Second revised edition. Translated by Erroll F Rhodes. Grand Rapids, Michigan: William B Eerdmans Publishing Company, 1995. ISBN 0-8028-4098-1.

David Ewert. From Ancient Tablets to Modern Translations: A General Introduction to the Bible. Grand Rapids, Michigan: The Zondervan Corporation, 1983. ISBN 0-310-45730-0 Manuscript Categories

Cookin' with Coolio

Cookin' with Coolio is a web-based cooking instruction program starring West Coast rapper Coolio. The show is an offshoot of the now cancelled Coolio's Rules, it appears on the web video network My Damn Channel. And is produced by Dead Crow Pictures; the show is a promotion for a cookbook by Coolio of the same name. Cookin with Coolio is hosted by Artis Leon Ivey Jr. better known by the stage name Coolio. Coolio is an American Grammy Award-winning musician, rapper and record producer, he is best known for the Grammy Award-winning song "Gangsta's Paradise", the theme song for Kenan & Kel, a Nickelodeon show from 1996 to 2000. Coolio refers to himself as the "ghetto Martha Stewart" and the "black Rachael Ray." He started cooking. He learned to cook with simple ingredients as he lacked basic necessities to prepare elaborate dishes. Cooking with Coolio... reviewed - Cookin' With Coolio: 5 Star Meals at a 1 Star Price -

Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani

Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani is an Indian 2009 Hindi-language romantic comedy film directed by Rajkumar Santoshi. It stars Katrina Kaif; the film was produced by Ramesh S. Taurani at a reported budget of ₹25 crore and released on 6 November 2009, it was the third highest-grossing Bollywood film of the year with worldwide earnings of ₹103.21 crore. Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani was declared Super hit by Box Office India. Ranbir Kapoor won several awards for his performance including the Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor; the film opens with a reporter entering into a small town that looks abandoned, with a statue that speaks. The reporter asks the statue where the people of the town are, the statue narrates the story behind it. Prem is a free-loader, they both share the trait of stammering. In such a moment, the stammering Jenny induces a spontaneous stammer in Prem, which she misunderstands for mockery. Although this makes her dislike Prem when she finds out his stammer is authentic, the two become friends.

Prem falls in love with Jenny, although she is oblivious to this and only considers him a friend. When he tries to tell Jenny his feelings, he finds out that Jenny is in love with her college friend Rahul, he meets Rahul and finds out that Rahul loves Jenny more than his family, so helps them board a train to escape. However, Rahul disappears at the train station, Jenny returns to Prem so Prem can help her find Rahul. Rahul's father does not like Jenny and opposes a relationship between Jenny and Rahul due to the religious barrier, Jenny being a Christian and Rahul a Hindu; when Prem visits Rahul's house for Jenny's proposal with Rahul, he is insulted by Rahul's father. Prem convinces his mother to let Jenny hide in their house while Jenny's family search for her, but they are caught by the police. So Jenny lies. While Prem corroborates Jenny's lie, he gets emotional and spurts out his true feelings for Jenny, which Jenny mistakes for over-acting. Prem and Jenny go to a club where Rahul birthday party is being held so that Jenny and Rahul can be reunited and convince Rahul Father to support the relationship.

Rahul tells Prem that he and Jenny are going to prepare for the wedding in two days. A day before the wedding, Jenny gets kidnapped by Sajid Don, seeking a ransom from Rahul's father in exchange for her. Prem and his buddies find her in Sajid Don's warehouse. A hilarious fight ensues between Sajid Don's gang. Prem's father joins Sajid Don, a wanted criminal, gets arrested. Rahul and his father, who's running for the elections, tell the media that it was they who were the ones involved in the fight with Sajid Don, intending to buy a good name for Rahul's father before the elections. On Jenny and Rahul's wedding day, Jenny finds out that Prem gave consent to Rahul and his father to publicize their false story; this and past recollections of Prem's selfless caring for her, make her realize that she loves Prem and that Rahul and his family are very selfish, prompts her to become a runaway bride. Meanwhile, about to leave the town is stopped by a saint, who asks him to guide to an address, further driving him back to the church, where he finds Jenny as the saint disappears and it is revealed that he was Jesus Christ.

She is united with Prem and the two get married, in a small celebration at a marriage registration office. The statue, in the beginning, reveals that the entire town is attending their wedding and asks the reporter to visit the registration office. Director - Rajkumar Santoshi Producer - Ramesh S Taurani Screenplay - Rajkumar Santoshi, R D Tailang Cinematographer - Tirru Creative Producer - Jay Shewakramani Production Designer - Nitish Roy Music - Pritam Chakraborty Choreographer - Ahmed Khan First Assistant Director - Manish Harishankar Editor - Steven Bernard Background Score - Salim-Sulaiman Lyricist - Irshad Kamil, Ashiesh Pandit, Hard Kaur Action - Abbas Ali Moghul, Tinu Verma Sound Engineer - Rakesh Ranjan Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani received positive reviews. Subhash K. Jha states: "If you've wondered what on earth is on-screen chemistry here's your one-stop all-purpose encyclopedia on celluloid magic. Fasten your'see'-it belts, as veteran filmmaker Rajkumar Santoshi sheds all his Lajja, pulls out all stops to do a wacky goofy edgeless weightless comedy of characters who walk in and walk out of frames leaving behind fumes of old-fashioned funnies.

Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani is an airtight trapeze down that familiar romantic lane." Nikhat Kazmi of the Times of India gave it four stars out of five and states: "The newly formented Ranbir-Katrina chemistry sets the screen on fire in this mad hatter's tea party. Adding to this is Pritam's peppy music score with Neeraj Shridhar, Atif Aslam, Hard Kaur, Sunidhi Chauhan and Mika raising a toast to high-spirited song and dance and Raj Kumar Santoshi penning some of the funniest dialogues in recent times and you have a great escape awaiting you at your favourite audi this weekend. Go, have a ball." Taran Adarsh of Bollywood Hungama gave the film four out of five stars arguing that it "entertains majorly" and that "the romantic moments are endearing. Most the on-screen chemistry is electrifying. Ranbir and Katrina look great together!" Noyon Jyoti Parasara of AOL India gave 3 out of 5 stars saying, "Its

1998–99 Los Angeles Clippers season

The 1998–99 NBA season was the Clippers' 29th season in the National Basketball Association, their 15th season in Los Angeles. This was the final season where the team plays at the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena; the Clippers won the Draft Lottery selecting Michael Olowokandi with the first overall pick in the 1998 NBA draft, signed free agents Sherman Douglas, second-year guard Troy Hudson, undrafted rookie Tyrone Nesby. However, the Clippers still struggled under new head coach Chris Ford, losing their first 17 games of the season, tying the 1988–89 Miami Heat for the then-worst start in NBA history; the team lost 30 of their first 33 games, finished the lockout shortened season last place in the Pacific Division with a 9–41 record. Second-year star Maurice Taylor led the team in scoring with 16.8 points per game. Following the season, Lamond Murray was traded to the Cleveland Cavaliers, Rodney Rogers signed as a free agent with the Phoenix Suns, Lorenzen Wright was dealt to the Atlanta Hawks, Douglas re-signed with the New Jersey Nets, Darrick Martin signed with the Sacramento Kings and Pooh Richardson retired.

Guard Scott Brooks missed the entire season due to a knee injury. Z - clinched division title y - clinched division title x - clinched playoff spot The Clippers have been involved in the following transactions during the 1998-1999 season. No trades occurred for this team during this season. 1998-99 NBA season

Tate Adams

Tate Adams was an Australian artist, based in Townsville, named a Member of the Order of Australia in 2009 for service to publishing and to the arts through contributions to the development of printmaking in Australia. In 2010 he was made the Inaugural Honorary Fellow of the Print Council of Australia. Tate Adams was born William Allen Adams in Holywood, Northern Ireland in 1922, his first exhibition was in northern Ireland, a joint show with Gerard Dillon organised by the Council for the Encouragement of Music and Arts. In 1949 and 1950 he took night classes at the Central School of Art in London under the British printmaker, Gertrude Hermes. In 1952 he moved to Melbourne, visiting Ireland in 1959 to spend a year working voluntarily with Liam Miller of Dolmen Press. Dolmen published his first book of engravings, Soul Cages, on returning to Melbourne he completed linocuts to illustrate the Dolmen press reprint of Riders to the Sea. Tate Adams established the artist print department at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology in 1960 and taught there for 22 years until 1982.

He was responsible for introducing professionalism into printmaking, improving the technical standard of printmaking as an art form, championing printmaking throughout Australia. His students included George Baldessin, Jock Clutterbuck, Elizabeth Cross, Tay Kok Wee and Graeme Peebles, he encouraged artists to use the facilities and developed printmaking as a respected art form amongst artists such as Fred Williams, John Brack, John Olsen and Len French. To further promote printmaking as an art form, Adams established Crossley Gallery in 1966, the only commercial gallery in Australia devoted to printmaking; the gallery operated in Melbourne until 1980. A publication on the operation of the gallery, The Crossley Gallery 1966–1980 was published by Macmillan Publishers in 2003. Contributors to the book included Harry Crock, AO, Patrick McCaughey, Professor Jenny Zimmer, Alison Broinowski. Crossley was significant in that it introduced the work of Japanese printmakers to Australia, introducing a new aesthetic to Australian artists.

Together with George Baldessin, Adams established the Crossley Print Workshop in 1973 where printmakers could produce and edition work for Crossley Gallery. Roger Kemp and John Olsen are examples. Following the closure of the Crossley Print Workshop in 1977, Adams and Baldessin established Lyre Bird Press to publish high-calibre livres d'artistes. Baldessin died in a car accident in 1978 while working on his first book for the Press, his Mary Magdalene drawings. Adams operated the press, continuing to produce artist books, including Diary of a Vintage in 1981, the award-winning John Brack Nudes in 1982, Seven Deadly Sins by Juli Haas in 1998, the Palmetum in 2002. Adams moved to Townsville, Queensland in 1989 and in 1992 moved the press's operations to the College of Music, Visual Arts and Theatre at James Cook University where he became an honorary lecturer; the Press, never a commercially successful enterprise, is sustained by Adams's own funds and enthusiasm, continues to promote the work of a spectrum of printmakers.

Lyre Bird Press continues to publish books in collaboration with Jenny Zimmer of Zimmer Editions. A major touring exhibition of Lyre Bird Press – In Full Flight, organised by Perc Tucker Regional Gallery, Townsville's public gallery, toured the east coast of Australia from 2001. Tate Adams continued his own artistic practice and exhibited in his years at Perc Tucker Regional Gallery: a major solo exhibition, Gesture, in 2002, followed by The Line in 2007 included curated work by Adams as well as a major gouache. Adams died on 8 April 2018, aged 96

Communion of Evangelical Episcopal Churches

The Communion of Evangelical Episcopal Churches is an Anglican Christian communion, formed in 1995 as a result of the Convergence Movement. The CEEC converges the evangelical, charismatic and sacramental traditions of the Christian faith; as of 2014, the CEEC International College of Archbishops numbers 9, together with 56 bishops representing provincial families around the world. For example, the Communion website shows a Province of India and a Province of the UK and Eastern Europe. On May 31, 2014 the Communion established the Apostolate of Saint Francis for the Mediterranean and Middle East; as of 26 April 2012, CEEC permits its member bishops to ordain women as deacons, but not as priests and bishops. In early 1994 members of a charismatic renewal parish in the Episcopal Church USA, together with their rector, began to conceptualize a vision of a new communion of churches that would be tied to the historic Anglican spiritual tradition, while experiencing "convergence" of the streams of the Church.

Archbishop John Kivuva was connected with and agreed to serve as transitional Presiding Bishop for the new body, tentatively called the Evangelical Episcopal Church. In October 1995 in Dale City, Virginia 300 people gathered, representing a wide variety of denominational backgrounds and 25 independent congregations who had come into relationship with the new group. Bishop Michael Owen, Archdeacon Beth Owen, Rt. Rev. Peter Riola, other bishops in apostolic succession from Eastern Orthodox and Old Catholic jurisdictions were present to help in the consecrating of their first two bishops and the ordination of 25 pastors and 7 deacons; the first two bishops consecrated included Vincent McCall Russell McClanahan archbishop of the CEEC Province of St. Peter. Five congregations affiliated with the new communion. In January 1997 the 6 bishops meeting in synod voted to reconstitute and reincorporate the Evangelical Episcopal Church as "The Communion of Evangelical Episcopal Churches" to reflect the international growth and the needs for eventual provincial structuring.

Six nations were now represented in affiliation. In 1997 the Rev. Duraisingh James, a priest and church planter with the Church of South India for 17 years at that time and long-time head of Christian Education for the Church Union of South India, traveled to meet with the USA founding House of Bishops and indicated his desire to affiliate with the CEEC, together with the 30 churches under his oversight. Shortly thereafter, Fr. Duraisingh was consecrated as Missionary Bishop for India, as Archbishop for the CEEC Province of India. Since 1999, two new bishops have been consecrated/received into the Province of India with three dioceses numbering over 75 congregations, along with a seminary founded by Archbishop James. In 2005 the CEEC USA province joined with the International Communion of Christian Churches to form the Communion of Convergence Churches, USA. In 2006 this relationship was strengthened as the international CEEC organization entered into "co-communion" with the CCCUSA, now known as Christian Communion International.

Official website of Communion of Evangelical Episcopal Churches