From the Library: GA 69

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

From The Library: GA 2936

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

From The Library: GA 2097

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

Discoveries and Digital Reunification

By: Stratton L. Ladewig, PhD Next month, New Testament Papyri 𝔓45, 𝔓46, 𝔓47: Facsimiles (NTP) will be released. This publication is the culmination of a project started in 2013 when CSNTM digitized the collection at the Chester Beatty. The following year, the portion of P46 that is housed at the University of Michigan was digitized. There will be two facsimile volumes:Continue reading Discoveries and Digital Reunification

Interviews With the Authors: Myths and Mistakes—John Meade

Introduction: Leigh Ann Thompson | Interview: Madi Cannon and John Meade Soon after the release of Myths and Mistakes in New Testament Textual Criticism, we had the opportunity to ask John Meade, one of the authors of the book, a few questions about his contribution. This book aims to offer clarification and helpful information about manuscript data andContinue reading Interviews With the Authors: Myths and Mistakes—John Meade