You can now purchase a printed edition of my translation of the Gospel of Luke, with the Robinson-Pierpont majority text alternating verse by verse with my English translation. It is available on Amazon for $15.00. (I do not receive one cent by the way. That’s the way I want it.)
Printed Editions of David Robert Palmer books.
My translations are now being published in print form, book by book. You will still be able to freely download PDFs of them from this site, and copy and paste from them, and quote them. But I have granted a publisher the excusive copyright to print them, and publish them on Amazon and in book fairs and in book stores.
Unfortunately, someone is publishing on Amazon already under the name David Robert Palmer, just a King James Version. I doubt the person’s name is really David Robert Palmer, but there you go. So, mine are under David R. Palmer; which is also a problem since there is a science fiction writer by that name also selling on Amazon.
Thus far, seven books are available in print on Amazon:
The Gospel according to Matthew, alternating verse by verse between Greek and my English translation.
NEW: The Gospel according to Luke, alternating verse by verse between the Robinson-Pierpont Greek text and my English translation.
The Gospel according to John, alternating verse by verse with my English translation.
The General Epistles, English Bible verses translated from and alternating with the Robinson-Pierpont Greek text of all the General Epistles, also known as the Catholic Epistles. This includes James, 1 Peter, 2 Peter, 1 John, 2 John, 3 John, and Jude.
The Apocalypse of John (Revelation), the Textus Receptus (Scrivener) Greek text alternating verse by verse with my English translation.
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Announcing a new English Bible translation translated from the Textus Receptus Greek text, into English.
By David Robert Palmer
I recognize and accept, that many of my brethren in the Christian body of Christ believe that the Textus Receptus is the correct Greek text for a New Testament translation from Greek. Therefore, I have uploaded a new edition of my translation of the Holy Bible that is based on the Textus Receptus. You can download the Textus Receptus version here, or on my translations page.
The Textus Receptus, also known as the TR for short, is a term used to refer to any of the Greek New Testament editions compiled in the reformation era, by men such as Erasmus, Beza, Elzevir, Stephens, Colinaeus, Aldus, and and later, Scrivener. The King James Version is the most famous Bible translation made from the Textus Receptus, though all other reformation-era translations were made from it as well. The King James did not follow the TR in every instance. Mr. F. H. A. Scrivener made an edition of the TR in 1894 that more closely would resemble the text from which the King James Version was translated.
I have also uploaded TR editions of individual books with the Textus Receptus Greek and English text alternating. Those are: John, James, 1 Peter, 2 Peter, 1 John, 2 John, 3 John, Jude, and Revelation.
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Someone has put my translations of the four gospels into e-Sword. You can download the module for free here. You may also have to download this third party module installer, since the latest version of eSword installs new modules from within the application. Download the David Robert Palmer eSword module.
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Now available for download here and on my new bible translation page: The Epistle of Jude in 62 Greek manuscripts and 12 critical editions
This is a table in the Reuben Swanson style, showing the text of 62 different Greek manuscripts and 12 critical editions, along with David Robert Palmer’s English translation. This is a pdf, 370 kb in size, in wide (landscape) format.
It is also available in printed form on lulu.com.
Download the Epistle of Jude.
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