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We are ready to get back to doing what we do: preserve New Testament manuscripts. It’s been a very long eighteen months for everyone, and no less so for CSNTM. We used the time wisely, however. During the pandemic shutdown, we carefully evaluated and improved our infrastructure, processes, equipment, and training. We wanted to beContinue reading Expedition: Museum of the Bible
It is with mixed emotions that we bid farewell to Stephen Clardy, our development coordinator for the past two and a half years. After faithfully working bi-vocationally as a minister at his church and co-laborer at CSNTM, he received an opportunity to serve in ministry full-time. Our team is thrilled that he now has theContinue reading Farewell, Stephen Clardy!
Job Summary The Center for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts is seeking a qualified and relational person to serve in the role of Fund Development Coordinator. CSNTM is a non-profit organization based in Plano, TX with a mission to preserve handwritten copies of the Greek New Testament using high-resolution digital imaging and share theContinue reading Currently Recruiting: Fund Development Coordinator
Thank you for your interest! On June 9, 2021 we offered the position to one of many qualified scholars who responded and he has accepted. An announcement will follow in the days to come.
The CSNTM Digital Manuscript Collection grows each month 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. Because of this, we sometimes provide access to manuscripts that others have digitized. In these cases, the Center is permitted to either include theseContinue reading May 2021 Digital Collection Additions
The team at CSNTM hosted the first Snapshot event in April 2021. The evening included opportunities to meet the staff, ask questions, and view some of CSNTM’s latest work. Dr. Daniel B. Wallace, the Center’s founder and executive director, joined Mark Gaither, the Director of Development, to update the guests on CSNTM’s recent accomplishments andContinue reading A Snapshot of Snapshot
By: Laura Bandy Last month, CSNTM trained more of its staff on a device originally developed by NASA for satellite images—a camera that uses MSI. What our staff spent the better part of a week learning, we want to share with you (in an abbreviated form, of course). What is MSI? MSI is multispectral imaging.Continue reading Digitizing in Twenty Colors
The CSNTM Digital Manuscript Collection grows each month 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. Because of this, we sometimes provide access to manuscripts that others have digitized. In these cases, the Center is permitted to either include theseContinue reading April 2021 Digital Collection Additions
By: Leigh Ann Hyde Today we announce a new CSNTM.org—launching this Monday, May 3rd—designed to improve the experience for all our website users. “Since we began our work in 2002, a core part of our mission has been to make it possible to view and study New Testament manuscripts from anywhere in the world,” CSNTM declaredContinue reading Announcing CSNTM’s Updated Website
By: Leigh Ann Hyde The sun has just peeked over the horizon as a church in Byzantium commences a familiar and divine practice. A deacon solemnly walks from the altar through the north entrance around the nave and back to the altar from the central entrance. In his procession, known as the “Little Entrance,” theContinue reading From the Library: Gospel Lectionaries and Easter Sunday