By: Mark W. Gaither Our first expedition for 2023 took a small team to the Museum of the Bible storage facility in Oklahoma City, where we imaged several manuscripts and fragments. This included GA 2813, a 13th century manuscript containing the Gospels of Luke and John, once owned by Dr. Charles Ryrie. It also happensContinue reading Our Long History with GA 2813, the Charles Ryrie Manuscript
Dr. Wallace on the Theology in the Raw Podcast
CSNTM’s founder, Dr. Daniel B. Wallace, spoke with Preston Sprinkle on his podcast, Theology in the Raw. In their conversation, Dr. Wallace covered a number of issues regarding variants among New Testament manuscripts. He reviews the history of how scholars dealt with variants and explained ways that scholars wrestle with the variants and make decisions.Continue reading Dr. Wallace on the Theology in the Raw Podcast
Meet the 2022–23 Interns
The Center for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts welcomes its newest intern cohort! This new group of talented graduate students will undergo rigorous training in the field of New Testament textual criticism through reading seminars, text critical assignments, and personal research assignments. They will also have the opportunity to develop their academic interests andContinue reading Meet the 2022–23 Interns
Dan Wallace on The Universe Next Door Podcast
Have you ever heard a New Testament textual critic say that there are more variants among the manuscripts than words in the New Testament? Or, have you heard that the manuscripts are so corrupted that the text is beyond recovery? A few weeks ago, Dr. Daniel B. Wallace joined Nick Shalna and Dr. Tom WoodwardContinue reading Dan Wallace on The Universe Next Door Podcast
Welcome, Denis Salgado!
We are thrilled to announce that Denis Salgado will soon join the CSNTM team as our new Digitial Collection Reasearch Fellow. Denis earned his Bachelor of Theology degree from Berean Baptist Seminary in Brazil, his Master of Divinity at Shepherds Theological Seminary in North Carolina, and will soon receive his PhD in New Testament andContinue reading Welcome, Denis Salgado!
CSNTM From 2002 to 2022
On September 13th, CSNTM will celebrate its twentieth year. The number of stories bound up in the time between CSNTM’s beginning and today could fill a novel—an interesting one at that. For now, we will reflect on some of the key moments on the journey from 2002 to the present day. Make plans to joinContinue reading CSNTM From 2002 to 2022
Celebrate twenty years of CSNTM with us!
Enjoy a casual evening with Dan Wallace, the staff of CSNTM, and a growing community of people who want to preserve the words of the New Testament. Together we will reflect on key moments in CSNTM’s history, hear war stories from Dan and the staff, and commemorate twenty exciting years. We’ll have Texas-sized hors d’oeuvres,Continue reading Celebrate twenty years of CSNTM with us!
The Inaugural CSNTM Text & Manuscript Conference
Warm greetings and the buzz of conversation filled the air as the gathering of conference participants grew. The inaugural CSNTM Text & Manuscript Conference began on Wednesday evening, May 18th, with a lively welcome reception. The greetings of long-parted colleagues previewed the spirit of the conference that would characterize the next two days. The theme,Continue reading The Inaugural CSNTM Text & Manuscript Conference
CSNTM in the UK
Earlier this month, a team from CSNTM departed on our first international expedition since 2019. With anticipation, the small crew packed up the equipment and travelled to the Lambeth Palace Library in London. The research fellows spent the first couple of weeks carefully examining each manuscript for photography, recording metadata for future study and cataloging.Continue reading CSNTM in the UK
Welcome to the Colophon
Welcome to the Colophon! In this space on CSNTM.org, we hope to connect with more of you. Even more, we hope to provide a bridge that helps our website users connect to the long tradition of preserving the text of the New Testament. Some visitors to our website hop right over to the digital collectionContinue reading Welcome to the Colophon