Tuesday, June 28, 2011

CSNTM on iTunes U

The Center for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts (CSNTM) is now present on iTunes U, with twenty uploaded video clips (to begin with).

Here is the announcement from director Dan Wallace:

[A]fter a year of production behind closed doors, as of today, 27 June 2011, CSNTM is now on iTunes U. We have uploaded twenty video clips to begin with, in six different categories. We will be uploading new videos every week for the next several weeks. The videos are intended for a lay audience that is motivated to learn about the transmission of the text of the New Testament. That is, an understanding of Koine Greek is not required, even though much of the material would be helpful to those in an introductory course on textual criticism. Within a few months, CSNTM will also be offering on its site a set of DVDs for these first twenty videos along with a workbook that supplements the videos.

To visit CSNTM's iTunes U collections, go to http://itunes.apple.com/us/institution/center-for-study-new-testament/id416966041.

Daniel B. Wallace, PhD
Executive Director
Center for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts


  1. Thank you for posting!

    Dr. Head, in one of the videos, Dr. Wallace mentioned that you've done some unpublished work on the dating of the umlauts in the margins of Vaticanus. I've been looking into that during the past few months and would love to know your thoughts. Are you planning on publishing your work any time soon?

  2. Dear Elijah. Peter presented a paper in 2009, which I summarized in two parts:



    Then we published a long (very long) response by Payne, which you can find under TC Files in the right sidebar.

    Now we long for Head's published version.