Dr. Wallace and a team of CSNTM staff and volunteers spent two weeks at the Bodleian Library in Oxford, UK in August examining New Testament manuscripts to prepare them for digitization. While on the trip, Dr. Wallace took some time to share about the exciting manuscripts that the team has encountered and the great benefitsContinue reading CSNTM Expedition in Oxford
By: Preston Russell When you think of the word “autograph,” what comes to mind? Perhaps Michael Jordan’s signature on a framed jersey he wore in the final game of the 1996 playoffs, or maybe even John Hancock’s famous signature on the Declaration of Independence… Well, despite these colloquial usages, in the world of New TestamentContinue reading Manuscripts 101: What is an Autograph?
By: Sarah Chapell, Guest Contributor CSNTM owns and digitized New Testament Greek manuscript GA 2882. Written on parchment, the manuscript contains all but one leaf of the book of Luke and an introduction to the book of John. It dates back to the 10th–11th century. The term “singular readings” refers to those words or phrasesContinue reading GA 2882: A Scribal Anomaly—Mistake or Intention?
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By: Elijah Hixson CSNTM has hit the ground running as travel restrictions have begun to lift. In September, Dan Wallace and I travelled to the United Kingdom, where we visited a few libraries in England. Our purpose was to make some contacts and secure digitization agreements. We hope to return with our equipment to digitizeContinue reading A Visit Across the Pond
By: Matt Burks, Guest Contributor As the printing press was being developed and used by Gutenberg in the middle of the 15th century, a New Testament manuscript was produced by a scribe named Emmanuel from Constantinople. The Leicester Codex (GA 69) is a treasure trove of historical uniqueness for what it contains—and what it doesContinue reading From the Library: GA 69
The Center for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts welcomes its newest intern cohort! This new group of talented graduate students will study the field of New Testament textual criticism through reading seminars and personal research assignments, and will receive digitization training for upcoming expeditions. They will also have the opportunity to develop their academicContinue reading A Big Welcome to CSNTM’s 2021–2022 Interns!
By: Denis Salgado, Guest Contributor L60 (Paris, Grec 375) is an eleventh-century New Testament (NT) Greek lectionary. The NT lectionary is a codex in which multiple NT passages (or lections) were arranged in a specific sequence according to the liturgical year, in order to be read publicly in churches and monasteries. L60 intercalates passages fromContinue reading Lectionary 60: Who, When, Where? (From the Library)
By: Laura Peisker Bandy and Mark W Gaither We’re excited to announce that David Flood, II has joined the CSNTM team as a new Lead Research Fellow! A former CSNTM intern (2017–2018) and a current Ph.D. candidate at the University of Edinburgh, we are very fortunate to welcome him back and we look forward toContinue reading Welcome, David Flood II
Grab your tickets and save the date for the fall CSNTM Snapshot! October 23, 2021 6:30PM — 9:30PM Central Time The Hope Center 2001 W Plano Pkwy Plano, TX 75075 With COVID restrictions changing and a much larger venue, we’ll have more room for seating and even more opportunities to connect with Dr. Daniel B.Continue reading Reservations Available for the CSNTM Fall Snapshot Event