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October 11 2017, 4PM

Ever wondered whether Isaiah should have a rough or smooth breathing? Wonder no more. Mss I consulted were univocal:

October 5, 2PM

One of the claims we’re making in the THGNT is that at the time of the New Testament there was a distinction (or at least a partially preserved distinction) between short and long [i], with the latter sometimes represented by ει. In due time we’ll p...

October 3, 2AM

For those who like detailed philology, I'd like to highlight the post by the extremely learned Patrick James over at the Greek New Testament, Produced at Tyndale House blog. The brief summary:  print φιλονικία in Luke 22:24 (against al...

October 2, 12 PM

With about 6 weeks to go before the publication of the Greek New Testament, Produced at Tyndale House, Cambridge, we now have the gospel of Mark available for download from Crossway (scroll to bottom for download, or go directly here.)

August 17, 5AM

4-6 December 2018, Dirk Jongkind will be holding a masterclass aimed at evangelical leaders and NT teachers with a good knowledge of Greek to introduce them to the Tyndale House GNT as well as deepen their knowledge of the GNT. It will be in the beautiful...

July 5, 4AM

Congratulations to Kim Phillips, Tyndale House Research Associate, for discovering a manuscript of the Former Prophets by Samuel ben Jacob the scribe of the Leningrad Codex. This should make a significant difference to our understanding of the main manusc... [Kim Phillips] [Leningrad Codex] [Old Testament Textual Criticism] [Tyndale House]

December 1 2016, 3PM

Vetus-Latina-Workshop des Graduiertenkollegs am 15.-16.12.2016ProgrammAlle Veranstaltungen finden in den Räumlichkeiten der Kirchlichen Hochschule Wuppertal/Bethel statt (Hörsaal 4 und 5).Donnerstag, 15. 12. 201617.00 UhrEinführung: Die Vetus LatinaTho...

November 12, 5PM

The main text of the Greek New Testament produced at Tyndale House, whose principal editor is Dirk Jongkind is now complete except for peer review and some minor spelling adjustments. I thought it might be of interest to provide a preview of Luke 15 in th...

September 30, 8AM

Nowadays students are routinely informed that there's only one accent which matters in Greek: τίς, τί and related forms  mean 'who' and 'what', while τις, τι etc. mean 'a certain'.That's probably true as far as the texts which modern stud...

September 5, 1AM

Three new articles appear in the open access journal BABELAO (Bulletin de l’Académie Belge pour l’Etude des Langues Anciennes et Orientales):Toan Do, 'Εἰδῆτε, ἴδητε, οἴδατε, and Scribal Activities in 1 John 2:29a' (p. 77-104)J.-L...

March 31, 2PM

This is one of the most phenomenal discoveries of the century. I am still in a state of shock and nashing my teeth for previously entertaining doubts about Q. For full details of the discovery follow the link to the original article. I give the openi...

March 10, 2AM

The European Association of Biblical Studies now has a research group focused on fostering cross-disciplinary conversation on the textual criticism of NT, OT and Qur'an. The programme from the website is pasted below. For more details go here.ProgrammeThi...

March 3, 2AM

February 16, 12 PM

Here’s a video by the BBC on the production of vellum today in England. It is important as it is the form in which the main laws are recorded in the UK.Video [BBC]