Well folks, today I have a big one for you. We have knocked down the price on Hendrickson’s elegant facsimilie edition of the Codex Sinaiticus. It is now $199.99! See below for full description. As happy as this reproduction may make scholars, I tend to believe that churches should take a healthy interest. Think of it this way: if [...]
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The appearance of this interview has been long in coming. This is, mainly, due to delays in retrieving the detailed photography of the Codex Sinaiticus; photography which unfortunately I haven’t been able to obtain at this point. Nonetheless, I believe this interview provides a very revealing sketch about where our understanding of where the New [...]
2011, in marking the 400th anniversary of the King James Version, may be remembered as the year of the Bible. But 2011 is also witnessing another significant milestone in the history of the Bible: the release of the Facsimile Edition of Codex Sinaiticus, the oldest known Christian Bible. This release supports the already extant website [...]