Search Christianbook.com

Looking for Answers about Hendrickson Publishers Codex Sinaiticus: The Story of the World's Oldest Bible?

Audiobooks(Q:199 A:347)
Bible Accessories(Q:43 A:163)
Bible Covers(Q:359 A:563)
Bibles(Q:2848 A:4546)
Books(Q:893 A:1417)
Catholic(Q:57 A:66)
Children(Q:633 A:991)
Christian Living(Q:315 A:549)
Church & Pastoral(Q:1216 A:1675)
Church Supplies(Q:596 A:827)
Crafts & Recreation(Q:111 A:143)
DVDs(Q:527 A:913)
Fiction(Q:357 A:797)
Gift & Home(Q:1246 A:1741)
Homeschool(Q:1452 A:1992)
Music(Q:816 A:1040)
Software(Q:229 A:292)
Spanish(Q:135 A:173)
Subscriptions(Q:23 A:54)
Teens(Q:309 A:459)
Most Recent Questions
Recent Question:
In the updated version of The King James Only Controversy, is the NLT addressed?
Questions with Most Recent Answers
Question:
In the updated version of The King James Only Controversy, is the NLT addressed?
See all Christianbook.com Questions and Answers : Academic Q & A : Church History Q & A : History of the Bible & Bible Translations Q & A

Customer Questions & Answers for
Hendrickson Publishers Codex Sinaiticus: The Story of the World's Oldest Bible

D. C. Parker's Codex Sinaiticus: The Story of the World's Oldest Bible draws on both Parker's expertise as a textual scholar, historian, and storyteller to tell the story of how the Codex Sinaticus journeyed from the 4th century (350AD) to the modern world and became the first fully digitized document of its kind.

Readers, as they follow the story of Codex Sinaiticus will be introduced to the key personalities, places, and events that shaped the Codex's history including its emergence in 1844 at St. Catherine's Monastery, Mt. Sinai (a discovery rich with legend, intrigue, and adventure) Readers will also be introduced to the contents of the Codex as Parker catalogues how much of each biblical book it contains, its marginal notes, significzant textual variations, and explains how so many pieces came to be housed in four different locations.

Parker also documents the transformation of the Codex into digital format by way of photography and provides several of the digital pictures in Full-color for the reader to examine as Parker explains them.

Despite its rather unorthodox journey, Codex Sinaiticus is a treasure beyond price. Produced in the middle of the fourth century, its bound parchment pages originally held the full canon of the Christian Bible and more--the handwritten Greek text of the earliest surviving copy of the complete koine New Testament; the earliest and best copies of some Septuagint texts, the Old Testament Scriptures as they were adopted by the first-century church; and two late fi rst-century Christian texts, the Shepherd of Hermas and the Epistle of Barnabas. The sections are heavily marked by early correctors.
Customer Questions & Answers:
0 Questions
 | 
0 Answers
Overall Rating:
5 out of 5
5
out of
5
Product Details

Questions & Answers for Hendrickson Publishers Codex Sinaiticus: The Story of the World's Oldest Bible

This product has not yet received questions or answers. Click here to continue to the product details page.