By: Denis Salgado How Did Variants Arise? As I write this—I mean, as I type this—I realize how much computers have simplified the writing process. No need for drippy feather quills or smudgy ink. And copying a text? That’s even easier, right? That’s what copy machines and scanners are for! We can easily create exactContinue reading Manuscripts 101: What is a textual variant?
Ask the Prof: How many Greek manuscripts of the New Testament Are There?
How many Greek manuscripts of the New Testament are there? In the latest installment of Ask the Prof, CSNTM research fellows David Flood and Denis Salgado tackle the question, “How many Greek manuscripts of the New Testament are there?” Scholars and speakers have offered up many suggestions of what this number might be. As DenisContinue reading Ask the Prof: How many Greek manuscripts of the New Testament Are There?
Manuscripts 101: Manuscript Materials
By: Todd Leibovitz We have all, at some point, entered a bookstore excited to find a new adventure or love story to read. We look at the signs indicating genres. We meander around a section perusing titles and their covers. As we decide what to read, we may ask, “Do I know the author?” “WillContinue reading Manuscripts 101: Manuscript Materials
Farewell, Filippos Tsimpoglou
By: Daniel B. Wallace, CEO & Executive Director of CSNTM With sorrow today, we at CSNTM honor and remember Filippos Tsimpoglou, the late Director General of the National Library of Greece. From 2014 until his untimely death, he led the library through important projects. The CSNTM team worked closely with Filippos from 2014–2016 in aContinue reading Farewell, Filippos Tsimpoglou
New Technology, New Possibilities!
At CSNTM we aim to provide the highest quality and most helpful resources to improve our understanding of the New Testament text and its history. We, therefore, seek out the latest, most effective technology for safely preserving the precious historic documents that we work with. CSNTM recently obtained a new piece of equipment specially designedContinue reading New Technology, New Possibilities!
Manuscripts 101: The Layout of Greek New Testament Catena Manuscripts
By: Andrew J. Patton Editor’s note: This post goes into more detail about one aspect of catena manuscripts. For a more general introduction to Greek New Testament catena manuscripts, see the previous Manuscripts 101 blog on Greek New Testament catena manuscripts. Greek New Testament catena manuscripts contain two primary texts: the Greek New Testament andContinue reading Manuscripts 101: The Layout of Greek New Testament Catena Manuscripts
Manuscripts 101: Greek New Testament Catena Manuscripts
By: Andrew J. Patton When asked by the apostle Philip if he understood what he was reading, the Ethiopian Eunuch replied, “How can I . . . unless someone explains it to me” (Acts 8:31). As long as biblical writings have existed, people have sought explanations of them. Many Greek New Testament manuscripts come with a commentaryContinue reading Manuscripts 101: Greek New Testament Catena Manuscripts
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A Thanksgiving Message from Dr. Wallace
This week, as many of us break from our work and gather with others to reflect on the year, I find much for which to give thanks. CSNTM will soon end one of our best years ever. Once travel restrictions were lifted, we sent teams to Houston, Washington, D.C., and London to photograph manuscripts. InContinue reading A Thanksgiving Message from Dr. Wallace
November 2022 Digital Collection Additions
The CSNTM Digital Manuscript Collection regularly grows as new digital images of Greek New Testament manuscripts—housed in institutions all over the world—are added to our website. We are always striving to make our manuscript collection more convenient, comprehensive, and accessible. Since October, we have added the following manuscripts photographed at the Lambeth Palace Library toContinue reading November 2022 Digital Collection Additions