Change and Interchange in the Early Christian Manuscript Tradition.
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During the first three centures C.E. of the Roman Empire, biblical manuscripts were manually copied by scribes, who often introduced changes into these texts--both accidentally and intentionally. One type of change that can be found in some ancient manuscripts is anti-feminist in nature. This study examined the fifth century manuscript know as Codex Bezae which include includes three instances of this sort of change within its text of Acts, Chapter Seventeen.
Bible. N.T. Acts XVII
Sexism in religion