I was excited to get my eager fingers on The Constantine Codex this past weekend. The wonderful folks at Amazon had it on my doorstep Friday afternoon, but alas I was out of town and unable to start reading it ’til Saturday night. I got through about 100 pages the first night and finished the other 300 or so last night. Let’s just say I’ll be a little groggy today. The Constantine Codex is another example of Dr. Maier’s quality writing and high attention to detail. As a lover of biblical languages, scribes, manuscripts, etc. I found this story especially appealing. Dr. Maier does a great job of blending his stories with modern day events and real people. I was especially happy to see the important work of the Center for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts (CSNTM) woven into the story. It’s going to take me a few days to digest everything I read, but a review will be posted very soon. I also got word from Tyndale House Publishers that they will be giving me several copies to give away, so stay tuned for a giveaway in conjunction with my forthcoming book review.
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