I could have written down some thoughts on Agamemnon Tselikas' Handwriting Analysis Report published last week by Biblical Archaeology Review; the report contains a host of observations ranging from palaeographical ("the hand of the scribe was not moving spontaneously") to tracking down Morton Smith's trips of manuscript hunting, leading Tselikas to conclude that Clement's letter to Theodore "is product of a forgery and all the evidences suggest that the forger can not be other person than Morton Smith or some other person under his orders".
It will take some time to begin and evaluate the contents of Tselikas' report. In the meantime -- apart from perusing what others have thought of it (in chronological order: Roger Viklund, Stephan Huller (three good observations), the_cave) -- here's my today's fix of Wiley Miller (original here)
Non Sequitur by Wiley Miller 31/5/2011
Philip Jenkins on Jewish-Christian Gospels
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