“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?
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
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
When you find high-tech cameras, facsimiles, and cake in a banquet room, you know that CSNTM is celebrating with friends. The Center staff and many of our friends gathered on Saturday, September 10th for an early birthday party (our actual birthday was September 13th!). Guests gathered to reflect on two decades of digitally preserving NewContinue reading Celebrating Twenty Years of Digitally Preserving New Testament Manuscripts
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!
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
Welcome to Ask the Prof! In the Ask the Prof video series Dr. Daniel B. Wallace will answer questions that we at CSNTM receive the most. We will post an Ask the Prof video about once a month on the Colophon blog. If you’d like to receive Ask the Prof videos as soon as weContinue reading Ask the Prof: What is a “critical text” of the Greek New Testament?
The CSNTM Digital Manuscript Collection regularly grows 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 theseContinue reading August 2021 Digital Collection Additions
By: Tori Andrew “Jesus stood up straight and said to her, ‘Woman, where are they? Did no one condemn you?’ She replied, ‘No one, Lord.’ And Jesus said, ‘I do not condemn you either. Go, and from now on do not sin anymore.’” John 8:10–11, NET I had the pleasure of spending two weeks withContinue reading Manuscript Highlight: GA 471
Mention the New Testament in conversation, and most people likely think of the final third of a printed Bible, available in almost any bookstore or library in a variety of translations and languages. New Testament scholars, however, think of the New Testament in broader terms. For these individuals, the New Testament is a body ofContinue reading Manuscripts 101: Manuscript Contents