When I was at the SBL National Meeting in November, my friend at the Hendrickson booth provided a review copy of Codex Sinaiticus: New Perspectives on the Ancient Biblical Manuscript.
The book is a collection of 22 papers given at the 2009 conference on Codex Sinaiticus that corresponded with the release of high-quality images of the codex at CodexSinaiticus.com.
While I have read (and enjoyed) all of the essays, I will not recount all of them here. Instead I’ll talk about the volume as a whole.
The essays are divided into five sections, including:
- Historical Setting
- The Septuagint
- Early Christian Writings
- Modern Histories of Codex Sinaiticus
- Codex Sinaiticus Today
For my interests, I was thrilled to see papers focusing on the LXX of Sinaiticus (Section 2) as well as discussion on the text of Hermas (Section 3). I was familiar with most of the larger issues in the
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