I have the pleasure to introduce Bill Warren as member of this blog.
Bill Warren is Landrum P. Leavell, II, Professor of New Testament and Greek as well as Chair of the New Testament Department at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary (NOBTS), the same seminary where he completed his Th.D. in 1983 under Carlton Winbery, defending a dissertation titled "The Textual Relationships of P4, P45, and P75 in the Gospel of Luke." He has been occupied with teaching and research in the area of textual criticism ever since, and he is currently the director of the Center for New Testament Textual Studies (CNTTS); I hope he will keep us updated on the development of the CNTTS.
Current research projects include:
The CNTTS New Testament Critical Apparatus, an electronic critical apparatus, currently distributed by Accordance Software and soon to be with BibleWorks and Logos Software programs.
The CNTTS NT English-based Textual Apparatus module, now in the initial stages and due to be out by the end of 2008.
A volume on “The Basics of New Testament Textual Criticism” for Zondervan Publishing Co., to complete the Mounce, Wallace series on Greek Studies, Fall 2007