Loading…
Conflation
Conflate
Dictionaries
The Zondervan Encyclopedia of the Bible, Volume 1, A–C
Conflation
conflation. The combining of two (or more) elements into one whole. The term is used primarily in textual criticism and refers to ms readings that appear to blend together two distinct variant texts. In Acts 20:28, for example, the readings “the church of the Lord” and “the church of God,” each of which