New Testament textual scholars work with manuscripts to determine the earliest text. Primarily, they investigate textual variants among the many copies of the New Testament text. Listen as CSNTM research fellows David Flood and Denis Salgado answer the question, “What is a textual variant?” While explaining what a textual variant is, David and Denis alsoContinue reading Ask the Prof: What is a textual variant?
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!
Ask the Prof: What do manuscripts have to do with bible translation?
What do manuscripts have to do with translation? Millions of people own or use a printed copy of the New Testament that has been translated into various languages or versions. How are the Greek manuscripts of the New Testament related to these translations? Listen in as Prof Wallace explains how the manuscripts provide the basisContinue reading Ask the Prof: What do manuscripts have to do with bible translation?
Ask the Prof: How does digitization preserve the New Testament?
How does digitization preserve the New Testament? One of the most important results of digitizing New Testament manuscripts is the preservation of the text and the manuscripts that contain it. How does that happen? Our New Testament textual criticism prof just so happens to have twenty years of experience digitizing Greek New Testament manuscripts. Dr.Continue reading Ask the Prof: How does digitization preserve the New Testament?
Ask the Prof: Has the New Testament text been corrupted?
“Has the New Testament text been corrupted?” In the latest installment of the Ask the Prof series, Dr. Wallace, our New Testament textual criticism professor, answers the question, “Has the New Testament been corrupted?” He begins by addressing what “corruption” means. All the New Testament manuscripts differ from one another and contain errors from theContinue reading Ask the Prof: Has the New Testament text been corrupted?
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