Phillips on a textual relative of the Leningrad Codex

Reading time: < 1 minutes The latest issue of the Tyndale Bulletin carries Kim Phillips’s essay, “A New Codex from the Scribe behind the Leningrad Codex: L17.” According to the abstract, Samuel b. Jacob was the scribe responsible for the production of the so-called Leningrad Codex (Firkowich B19a), currently our earliest complete Masoretic Bible codex. This article demonstrates that another codex from the Firkowich Collection,… Continue reading Phillips on a textual relative of the Leningrad Codex

TNT Updates

Reading time: 2 minutes Two latest posts on the Tyndale New Testament blog contain some interesting further comments about the edition and its preparation. The edition was based on Tregelles’s text because by starting from Tregelles we go back beyond Westcott-Hort and their influential and lucid textual theories, but not as far back as the Textus Receptus. We could… Continue reading TNT Updates

Tyndale House GNT

Reading time: 2 minutes The Tyndale House Greek New Testament is set to be released with Crossway on 15 November 2017, just in time for SBL. The text is already available for pre-order on Amazon. According to the volume’s blurb, the principal editors, Dirk Jongkind and Peter Williams, have taken a rigorously philological approach to reevaluating the standard text—reexamining… Continue reading Tyndale House GNT

NA28 @Logos

Reading time: < 1 minutes 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.

Origen on the Web (June 22, 2012)

Reading time: < 1 minutes On the web: Jim Davila reports the discovery of some previously lost Greek homilies on the Psalms, potentially by Origen (1, 2). Peter Williams provides a link to a set of images of the manuscript. Roger Pearse comments on the press release and quotes Jerome’s catalogue of Origen’s writings. Alin Suciu passes along a letter… Continue reading Origen on the Web (June 22, 2012)