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A Visit Across the Pond

By: Elijah Hixson CSNTM has hit the ground running as travel restrictions have begun to lift. In September, Dan Wallace and I travelled to the United Kingdom, where we visited a few libraries in England. Our purpose was to make some contacts and secure digitization agreements. We hope to return with our equipment to digitizeContinue reading A Visit Across the Pond

The Three Laws, Part II

By: J.R. Watkins Introduction by: Leigh Ann Hyde In Part I of “The Three Laws,” J. R. Watkins describes a well-known variant in the text of 1 Thessalonians in the middle of verse 2:7. The evidence appears to favor one reading— νήπιοι (“babies” or “little children”)—over another found in manuscripts—ἤπιοι (“gentle”). Yet, many biblical scholarsContinue reading The Three Laws, Part II

The Three Laws, Part I

“The three laws are perfect.” Dr. Lanning   By: J. R. Watkins Will Smith’s character “Spooner” in the 2004 film I, Robot faces the enslavement of humanity by AI-driven robots. He asks the droids’ creator—Dr. Lanning—if the three laws which govern all robot behavior are somehow flawed. Lanning responds with the epigraph above. Two thoughts come toContinue reading The Three Laws, Part I

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