Ongoing projects at the CNTTS include the following:
Continuous development of a comprehensive searchable, electronic database of variants in the entire New Testament,
Development and maintenance of a website devoted to New Testament textual studies,
Development of an English-based, searchable commentary for the purposes of exegesis,
Creation of replica New Testament papyri for the purposes of study and display,
Cooperation with current efforts in the field of New Testament textual studies in order to provide access to texts and textual data for the scholarly community,
Advancement of the possibilities for NOBTS students to engage in in-depth study of the New Testament text through the collation of manuscripts and the analysis of manuscript relations and features.
Ongoing collation work on numerous New Testament manuscripts,
Workshops or independent continuing education opportunities for visiting scholars and students,
Formal study, including two separate Master's level courses in textual criticism and two Ph.D. doctoral seminars. The M.A./M.Div. courses include a general introduction to NT TC and an advanced study of palaeography and manuscript reading/collating. The Ph.D. seminars emphasize methodology issues, current trends, and specialized manuscript studies alongside the research of the student.