Cambridge and Heidelberg are partnering over medieval manuscript digitization. HT: Peter Gurry Peter Gurry discusses plans for NA29 and UBS6, and Tommy Wasserman adds a particularly helpful comment about the ECM volume for John.
Peter Head has helpfully spotted what seems to be an erratum in NA28’s text of Phil 1:23. There is perhaps some room for debate on the matter (e.g., Maurice Robinson’s initial reply). But, Klaus Wachtel has taken “a note for a correction in the next printing of NA28” in the direction of Head’s observation.
Under the heading of “keeping your Greek and Hebrew skills sharp,” Mark Ward has some helpful advice about creating a serial biblical text in Logos Bible Software. For instance, if you create a series between BHS and NA28 and you have BHS open, you can type a New Testament passage in the go box and …
The 28th edition of the Nestle-Aland Greek New Testament, including the critical apparatus, is now available on Logos Bible Software’s prepublication program. For Peter Williams’ review of the edition earlier this week, see here.
On the web: Mark Hoffman notes that Google Maps’ street view now includes several additional locations of significance around Israel. Charles Jones identifies several publicly accessible dissertations from the University of Pennsylvania. Dirk Jongkind reflects on Acts 17:3 in connection with the two latest Nestle-Aland texts.
The 28th edition of the Nestle-Aland Greek New Testament is set to be available around the end of the year. The new edition features a revised and more user-friendly critical apparatus, readings for Papyrii 117–127, somewhat more than 30 changes to the main text, and additional checking of scriptural cross references (HT: Brian Davidson).