Footnote Errata

I’ve started reading Canon and Biblical Interpretation (Zondervan, 2006) and in the early parts of the book I’ve noted some footnote errata.  In Anthony Thiselton’s introductory chapter “Canon, Community, and Theological Construction” there are three footnotes missing: n. 13 (p. 3); n. 18 (p. 4); n. 46 (p. 8).  In each of these instances the main text indicates that these footnotes should exist yet in the footnote apparatus they do not.  Interestingly enough, the following pages all resume with the proper numbering sequence as if nothing happened.  I’m curious to see if this is a problem that occurs throughout the various essays in this book. 

B”H

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