Neither Oldest Nor Best—How the Foundational Manuscripts of Modern Bible Translations are Unreliable
The author presents compelling evidence that the principal manuscripts, foundational to virtually all modern Bible versions—Codex Sinaiticus and Codex Vaticanus—are not ancient. They, in fact, are of recent origin. Though presenting literary history, many will find this book to be a page-turner. There is scholarship evident throughout, yet the author writes on a level which just about anyone can understand. This book presents powerful evidence that Codex Sinaiticus was actually produced in 1840 and that Codex Vaticanus is no older than the medieval era, with modifications likely made in the 19th century.
207 pgs | Hardback | David Sorenson