"Early Jewish and Christian Scriptural Artifacts: Continuities, Discontinuities, and Social Significance"

by Robert A. Kraft, University of Pennsylvania -- SBL Toronto 2002 : The basic argument is that there is more evidence for continuities than for discontinuities in the transitions in Greek scribal practices from Jewish to "Christian," which calls for a reassessment of some assumptions that have become "common knowledge."

See also the Index of other related presentations (and more detail) pertaining to my research on Early Jewish Greek Scriptural Fragments and Continuities/Discontinuities to Early Christian Scribal Practices