CSNTM: Center for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts

This past weekend I had the honor of attending a fundraising banquet for The Center for the Study of the New Testament Manuscripts (CSNTM).  CSNTM was formed in 2002 by Dr. Daniel B. Wallace.  It was started to preserve and study Greek New Testament manuscripts.  It has collaborated with more than 40 institutions on 4… Continue reading CSNTM: Center for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts

Christian Thinkers 101: A Crash Course on Blaise Pascal

Originally posted on Reflections:
Did you know that the first digital calculator was invented by a seventeenth-century French mathematician? In his brief time on Earth, Blaise Pascal (1623–1662) wore many hats and left an imprint on both modern science and Christian philosophy that lingers to this day. Here’s your crash course on the life and…

Biblical Archaeology: Ancient Shopping List Provides Evidence of When Bible Was Written

Who would have thought that a shopping list on some pottery fragments would reveal when the Old Testament was possibly written. Here is the issue: Some skeptics state that low literacy rates in ancient Israel  would prohibit the Old Testament from being written prior to the Babylonian captivity and that it was invented during the… Continue reading Biblical Archaeology: Ancient Shopping List Provides Evidence of When Bible Was Written