by Sean Finnegan
Today we are moving into our second group of New Testament manuscripts--the uncials. However, before describing them, we'll need to focus on how Christian scribes went about their work. As it turns out the situation is quite different than the Jewish scribes who preserved the Hebrew Bible. Then we'll follow the exciting career of Bible hunter Constantine Tischendorf as he brought to light two huge discoveries. Lastly, we'll take a brief survey of the five most famous uncial New Testament manuscripts: Codex Sinaiticus, Alexandrinus, Vaticanus, Ephraemi Rescriptus, and Bezae.
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