Theodore Cressy Skeat: AKA T. C. Skeat (1907 – 2003)

Theodore Cressy Skeat: AKA T. C. Skeat (1907 — 2003)

If you have never heard of T. C. Skeat; then, you have barely scratched the surface of New Testament Textual Studies. Skeat’s name and work can be found many dozens upon dozens of times and in some cases 200+ times in many modern NT textual criticism books. Read what lies below and learn of one of the greatest textual scholars of the 20th century.

DAILY DEVOTIONAL SATURDAY, JANUARY 04, 2020

1 Peter 4:9 Updated American Standard Version (UASV)
9 Be hospitable to one another without complaining.

Hospitality was regarded by most nations of the ancient world as one of the chief virtues. The Jewish laws respecting strangers, Lev. 19:33-34, and the poor, Lev. 23:14, seq. Deut. 15:7, and concerning redemption, Lev. 25:23, seq., etc. are framed in accordance with the spirit of hospitality.