Ephesians 5:30 (Traditional Text) homoioteleuton
(1) EARLY BONER: (wide line format)
................................καθως και ο κυριος την
εκκλησιαν οτι μελη εσμεν του σωματος αυτου
εκ της σαρκος αυτου και εκ των οστεων αυτου
αντι τουτου καταλειψει ανθρωπος τον ΠΡ αυτου
(2) LATER BONER: (narrow column format)
καθως και ο κυριος την
εκκλησιαν οτι μελη εσμεν
του σωματος αυτου
εκ της σαρκος αυτου
και εκ των οστεων αυτου
αντι τουτου καταλειψει
ανος τον πατερα αυτου
...as also the Lord, the
church, because mem-
bers we are of his body,
of his flesh, and of his bones;
___"for this cause shall
a man leave his father...
Include Line in Full: א(corr.) D G P Ψ 88 104 181 326 330 436 451 614 (629) 630 1241 1739mg 1877 1962 1984 2127 2492 2495 Byz Maj (Majority of continuous MSS), it-ar/c/d/dem/e/f/g/mon/x/z, Vg Syr-H, Syr-P, Arm., Iraeneus Ambrosiaster Victorinus-Rome Chrysostom Jerome, Theodore Theodoret John-Dam.
First Booboo: P46 א* A B 33 81 1739 1881 Copt-Sa/Bo Aeth. Origen(lat) Methodius Euthalius Ps-Jerome.
Second Booboo: MS 1985
Its rare we get to see the same boner committed twice, in two different forms, simply because of a change of format.
Τhe early boner was caused when papyri had wide single columns and longer lines, and then much later on, the same type omission is committed on a half-line due to the narrower multiple-column format!
Not surprisingly, WH, Nestle, UBS all opt for complete omission of the entire line, seemingly oblivious to the obvious haplographic clowning.
All 'modern' versions follow, apparently drifting along with the UBS-2 text.
Yet never could the evidence be clearer, than both the physical features of the text, and the actual accomplishment of the same error alike in two different times, places, and circumstances. Again, the deliberate addition of the line would be non-sensical and implausible as a theologically motivated note or gloss. Even less likely would be that scribes hundreds of years apart would by coincidence come up with the same half-line to insert.
Instead we have the usual motive-less, accidental omission that most haplographic errors cause.