UpdatesWelcome to Our Brand-New Website With this new website, we plan to tell the story of how we got the Bible for those at all levels of understanding. Peter J. Gurry and John D. MeadeWebsite illustration by Peter Gurry. UnsplashNovember 8, 2021 ShareFacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint Level As the directors of the Text & Canon Institute at Phoenix Seminary, it’s our pleasure to welcome you to our brand-new website. In line with our mission, we’ve designed it to be a place with engaging content that illuminates the history of the world’s most amazing book, the Bible. Here you’ll find new articles every month on subjects covering the textual history of the Bible, its canonization, translation, and more—all written by those with expertise in their fields. To help readers with different levels of knowledge, we’ve further organized articles as either beginner, intermediate, or advanced. So, whether you’re a layperson, a student, pastor, or teacher, you should be able to find what you need. You can also learn about our upcoming events like Academic Colloquia and our Scribes & Scripture conferences. If you’re a student, you may also be interested in our TCI Fellowship, which mentors aspiring Christian academics and provides a generous scholarship for Phoenix Seminary’s ThM program. Finally, if you want to receive new articles in your inbox and keep up to date with news and events, be sure to subscribe to our newsletter. Get new articles and updates in your inbox. Leave this field empty if you're human: We hope this new resource inspires you to read and treasure the greatest book ever written. Peter J. Gurry Peter (PhD, University of Cambridge) is Associate Professor of New Testament and Codirector of the Text & Canon Institute at Phoenix Seminary. He is the author of Scribes and Scriptures: The Amazing Story of How We Got the Bible (with John Meade) and Myths and Mistakes in New Testament Textual Criticism (with Elijah Hixson). John D. Meade John (PhD, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary) is Professor of Old Testament and Codirector of the Text & Canon Institute at Phoenix Seminary and a contributor of the Hexapla Project. He is the author (with Ed Gallagher) of The Biblical Canon Lists from Early Christianity and Scribes and Scripture: The Amazing Story of How We Got the Bible (with Peter Gurry).