Wieland Willker offers Greek NT
text & tools (in English & German), lists & images of papyri
& an extensive set of links to resources for biblical studies elsewhere on
the internet with sections on the development of the canon,
papyri & parchment
mss. (U of Bremen).
D. R. Palmer's chronological index of mss. of
Christian scripture thru the 7th c. CE identifies type, contents & current
K. C. Hanson's table provides basic data for
Christian mss. from the 2nd to 10th c. CE.
Hypertext version of George J. Reid's 1913
essay on the NT's historical evolution (in New Advent's on-line Catholic
encyclopedia) details different views regarding the authority of works such as
Hebrews, James & Revelation.
Glenn Davis' well-documented well-designed
website provides easy access to details regarding the formation of Christian
U of Michigan's exhibit of biblical texts
includes images of a leaf
from P46, containing Paul's letters (ca. 200) & later bibles.
Timothy W. Seid offers an excellent illustrated
introduction to NT manuscripts & textual criticism (Earlham School of
Mark Goodacre's superb annotated catalogue of
quality on-line resources from biblical
Greek to Jesus
Films has become the premier cyber-guide for academic NT research.
Includes index of homepages of NT
scholars (U of Birmingham UK).
More than a bibliography of the works of a
prominent NT scholar, Robbins' website provides an index of on-line articles on
the use of rhetorical,
criticism in interpreting early Christian texts such as the epistle
of James & the gospel
Geoff Trowbridge catalogs early Christian
scriptures by genre. Excellent capsule introductions to non-canonical gospels
acts (of Peter,
and apocalypses (Peter