At the Biblical Archaelogy website, an article titled “What’s Missing from Codex Sinaiticus, the Oldest New Testament?” originally published by “Biblical Archaeology Society staff” on August 12, 2015, contained several false statements.
A heading in the article still refers to “Mark 16:1-14.” That is false. (In real life, Mark 16 continues to verse 20, as the verse-numbers in BAS’ article further down the page plainly show.)
In general however the article has been greatly improved.
Those who want to get some idea of the differences between
Codex Sinaiticus and the text of most manuscripts of the Gospels may explore
the comparisons I have made in Matthew,
Thank you, BAS staff, for improving this article.