Re: [textualcriticism] New digital apparatus from CNTTS
- Wieland, thanks for noting this. We actually released the full NT via Accordance last Nov. at SBL, but since have made corrections both in formatting and content, added the rest of the papyri for the Gospels, added some other manuscripts, and, as noted, will be offering it via BibleWorks and Accordance for this SBL.As another info matter, we're delighted to have Jim Leonard (and family) with us this year as our visiting scholar for the 2010-2011 academic year.On Aug 14, 2010, at 1:44 AM, Wieland Willker wrote:
Bill Warren's group seems to have finished their apparatus,
they were working on so long:
It is available with Accordance Bible Software and is coming
soon to BibleWorks software.
It is "the most detailed and comprehensive electronic
critical apparatus on the market."
"The CNTTS includes 10 times as much data as the critical
apparatus printed in the United Bible Societies' editions of
the Greek New Testament."
"We give all the variants, major or not ..."
"The CNTTS apparatus identifies every textual variation
found in hundreds of ancient biblical manuscripts, and the
center is continuing to expand the project by researching
more manuscripts. The CNTTS team currently is studying
ancient papyri of Acts as well as several other
"the CNTTS has developed a strategic partnership with Daniel
Wallace, director of the Center for the Study of New
Testament Manuscripts and a professor at Dallas Theological
"Warren has also started a multi-year project to construct a
New Testament commentary based on the variant readings the
center has carefully studied."
Wieland Willker, Bremen, Germany