Table of Contents:
  • The Codex Alexandrinus, or the dangers of being a named manuscript / Scot McKendrick
  • Another look at Codex Sinaiticus / John J. Brogan
  • The Codex Vaticanus: its history and significance / J. Neville Birdsall
  • Codex Bezae: the manuscript as past, present and future / David Paker
  • The 'textual mechanics' of early Jewish LXX/OG papyri and fragments / Robert A. Kraft
  • Quantitative methods for exploring the relationship between books of the Sepaugint / Karen H. Jobes
  • The Greek biblical texts from the Judean desert / Emanuel Tov
  • From Nestle to the Editio Critica Maior: century's perspective of The new testament minuscule tradition / Michael W. Holmes
  • Thoroughgoing eclecticism / J.K. Elliott
  • The majority text: why not reconsider it's exile? / Jakob van Bruggen
  • The use of the Church fathers in New Testament textual criticism / Bart D. Ehrman
  • Why so many holes in the papyrological evidence for the Greek New Testament? / Stanley E. Porter
  • The life and work of the Eberhard Nestle / Warren A. Kay
  • The future of New Testament textual studies / Bruce M. Metzger
  • The future of Septuagint textual studies / John William Wevers.