A forum for people with knowledge of the Bible in its original languages to discuss its manuscripts and textual history from the perspective of historic evangelical theology.
Doesn't really have to do with TC, but Brad Gregory's Salvation at Stake: Christian Martyrdom in Early Modern Europe is an excellent, excellent read for anyone with interest in martyrdom, martyrologies, church history, Reformation-era dividing lines. Published in late 1999, it's held at least this long as a vital read in (at least) Reformation studies. Very good read.
How about "Misquoting Jesus" (smile)?
"Gilead" by Marilynne Robinson.
VIkram Karveit's The Origins of the Samaritans. Highly recommended.
I´ve been re-reading "The reception of the New Testament in the Apostolic Fathers".
May I recommend Is the New Testament Reliable (Grove Biblical Series) by Peter Head? One can be finished in ~40 min and have a tremendous overview of the topic!
I just noticed that the k-list has added minuscules through 2907. I have been collating 2907 for months now.
Boswell's "Life of Johnson" or the novels of Jane Austen. :)
Martyrologist, Brad Gregory has a very good audio course on the Reformation. It gave me a fresh understanding of the Reformation. I found his approach very well balanced. He represents all the Christian traditions on their own terms. His book about martyrdom is mentioned in the course and I really feel like buying it one day. As for a suggestion that might be relevant even after 100 years: how about The Autobiography of Chesterton? Fabulous! Anybody read that?
The Nun's Storyby Kathryn Hulme