Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Use One of the Oldest Ancient Manuscripts in Your Bible Studies -- Codex Sinaiticus

Codex Sinaiticus was written in the 4th century between 325 and 360 CE. It could not have been written before 325 because it contains the Eusebian Canons and it could not have been written after 360 because of certain references to Church fathers in the margin. Some scholars believe that Codex Sinaiticus was one of the fifty copies of the Bible commissioned from Eusebius by Roman Emperor Constantine after his conversion to Christianity. Read the complete blog at --

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