By: Todd Leibovitz We have all, at some point, entered a bookstore excited to find a new adventure or love story to read. We look at the signs indicating genres. We meander around a section perusing titles and their covers. As we decide what to read, we may ask, “Do I know the author?” “WillContinue reading Manuscripts 101: Manuscript Materials
Some of our most popular blogs each year are the From the Library posts, so we compiled every From the Library post from last year for those of you who are new to CSNTM or might have missed an earlier post. Enjoy reading (or re-reading!) these five pieces. Keep your eye out for some newContinue reading In Case You Missed It: From the Library 2021 Recap
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?
By: Andrew K. Bobo and Andrew J. Patton The Center for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts’ (CSNTM) digital library contains hundreds of Greek NT manuscripts, each with its own story to tell. In our “From the Library” series, we will feature individual manuscripts from our collection in order to showcase their unique beauty and importance. ThisContinue reading From the Library: Luke’s Genealogy in NT Manuscripts