The oldest known Bible in existence is the Codex Sinaiticus (the “Sinai Book”). Produced in the mid-4th century and “discovered” at a monastery on Mt. Sinai in 1844, this particular Bible is one of the most important witnesses to the antiquity of the New Testament canon, and to the reliability of the New Testament Greek text.
On Feb. 3rd, ECC will play the role of a “museum” and display a full-color facsimile copy of Codex Sinaiticus in the library after both services. In Rm. 18 following the 2nd service, Steven Lulich will give a brief presentation about Codex Sinaiticus and its importance for today’s Church.