By: Denis Salgado The other day, I was reading about a mom who decided to remodel one of her kid’s bedrooms. The project involved the removal of ugly, floral wallpapers (do you remember those?). As this lady got to work and began to remove the wallpaper, she made an interesting discovery: beneath the floral wallpaper,Continue reading Manuscripts 101: What is a Palimpsest?
By: Daniel B. Wallace, CEO & Executive Director of CSNTM With sorrow today, we at CSNTM honor and remember Filippos Tsimpoglou, the late Director General of the National Library of Greece. From 2014 until his untimely death, he led the library through important projects. The CSNTM team worked closely with Filippos from 2014–2016 in aContinue reading Farewell, Filippos Tsimpoglou
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 and Leigh Ann Hyde Welcome to a most unusual Holy Week. While most of us shelter in place, we can find it difficult to remember the day of the week. The blur of one day into another without a change of scenery can sap our usual reflections on Easter. Since weContinue reading From the Library: Illuminations of Passion Week
Some of our most popular blogs each year are the From the Library posts, so for those of you who are new to CSNTM or might have missed an earlier post we created a summary of the From the Library posts from last year. Enjoy reading (or re-reading!) these four pieces. We look forward toContinue reading From the Library in 2019: In Case You Missed It
By Andrew K. Bobo and Andrew J. Patton Every year, thousands of tourists travel across the globe to view great works of art and architecture from history. Though they may not, at first glance, be as grand as towering buildings or impressive sculptures, manuscripts have also become must-see attractions. Travelers to Dublin stop to seeContinue reading From the Library: Lectionary 1807
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