Farewell, Andrew Bobo

By Daniel B. Wallace  One of the best things about working with a highly motivated and talented staff is that they also have ambitious plans and tremendous opportunities for the future. And so it is for Andrew Bobo, who is leaving the Center to pursue a PhD in Politics at the University of Dallas. AndrewContinue reading Farewell, Andrew Bobo

Every Greek New Testament Manuscript in Texas Digitized: Houston Baptist University Digitization

By: Stratton L. Ladewig  In February, CSNTM traveled south 250 miles to Houston Baptist University’s Dunham Bible Museum (Houston, TX) in order to digitally preserve their three Greek New Testament manuscripts. Gregory Aland (GA) 2878 is a one-leaf twelfth century minuscule manuscript written on parchment and contains Luke 23:7–25. GA Lectionary 2434 (14th–15th century) contains portions of the Gospels ofContinue reading Every Greek New Testament Manuscript in Texas Digitized: Houston Baptist University Digitization

Why the CSNTM Internship?

By: Andrew K. Bobo Textual criticism is a complicated field. New Testament manuscripts were written on three different materials, copied over the course of 15 centuries, and each scribe has unique handwriting. The sheer mass of materials is staggering, with over 5,300 Greek manuscripts scattered across 250 different institutions worldwide. The study of these manuscriptsContinue reading Why the CSNTM Internship?

Manuscripts Digitized at Southern Methodist University

By: Jacob W. Peterson CSNTM rarely revisits a location where it has already digitized, but sometimes previously unforeseen factors make it an easy decision. Back in 2010, CSNTM traveled the whole fifteen miles down highway 75 in Dallas to the Bridwell Library on the campus of Southern Methodist University to digitize one of its manuscripts—Papyrus 26 from the early 7th century. ThisContinue reading Manuscripts Digitized at Southern Methodist University

The Value of a Monthly Donation

By: Stephen Clardy In June of 2015, our digitization team at the National Library of Greece in Athens found something in a twelfth-century lectionary of the Gospels that immediately grabbed their attention. Pasted to the inside of the document’s front and back covers were additional leaves of Greek text. The text was from 1 JohnContinue reading The Value of a Monthly Donation