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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 staff and leadership of CSNTM welcome Pete Forde, our new Development Director! Pete is an Air Force veteran, a former sales professional, a graduate of DTS and, like many of us, one of Dr. Wallace’s former students. After graduation from seminary in 2003, he served in several church ministry roles, including pastor for thirteenContinue reading Welcome, Pete Forde!
In Greece, they would wish us, “Χρόνια Πολλά!” (Happy Birthday!) CSNTM was born on September 13, 2002. That same month, we visited St. Catherine’s Monastery at the base of Mt. Sinai, Egypt to examine newly-discovered Greek manuscripts. Since then, we have been on four dozen expeditions and digitally preserved hundreds of thousands of pages ofContinue reading Χρόνια Πολλά! Happy Birthday!
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! 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. Wallace and our other CSNTM scholars, and a growing community of people who want to preserve New TestamentContinue reading Reservations Available for the CSNTM Fall Snapshot Event
By: Laura Peisker Bandy and Mark Gaither Decades of sore muscles, negotiating with fragile manuscripts to frame the perfect shot, and hours of post-processing are almost history! Elijah Hixson, Mark Gaither, Laura Bandy, and CSNTM volunteer Jason Pedersen, a doctoral candidate at Dallas Theological Seminary, met in New York City this month for training onContinue reading Headaches Almost Extinct: CSNTM Trains in New York City on State-of-the-Art Equipment
By: Zachary Skarka, Guest Contributor Zachary Skarka is a doctoral student at the University of Birmingham and an adjunct professor at Southeastern University in Bradenton, FL. His doctoral thesis is “The Text and Transmission of Colossians” under Professor H.A.G. Houghton. Skarka worked as a graduate student intern at the Center for the Study of NewContinue reading From The Library: GA 2936
By: Andrew J. Patton, Guest Contributor Andrew J. Patton is a doctoral candidate on the CATENA Project at ITSEE in the University of Birmingham, studying Greek catena manuscripts on the Gospels. Prior to studying at Birmingham, he worked for CSNTM as the Development Manager and on digitization expeditions. This From the Library blog features anContinue reading From The Library: GA 2097