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Miller Greek Testament Primer

Now available for download here and on my download new Bible translation page: Miller Greek Testament Primer.

The full title is: Miller, Edward: A Greek Testament Primer, and Easy Grammar and Reading Book, Oxford, 1888, PDF, 3.5 MB. The Rev. Edward Miller, M.A. was an understudy of Burgon. The cover to this book says he was Rector of Bucknell.
Miller Greek Testament Primer, and Easy Grammar and Reading Book
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2011/06/30/Robinson-Pierpont Greek Text

Robinson-Pierpont Greek Text of the New Testament, Byzantine text form

Now available for download by right-clicking here or going to the long list on my translations page: Robinson, Maurice A., and Pierpont, William G.: The New Testament in the Original Greek, Byzantine Textform. 2018 Edition; PDF, 13 MB. This is a free download of a single pdf. (A stripped down edition without variants or Appendix is available also, a 9 MB pdf.) This Robinson-Pierpont 2018 edition of the Greek New Testament attempts to represent the Byzantine text form archetype. This is not the same approach to textual criticism as, for example, the Hodges-Farstad Majority Text approach.  Also included in this document is the Appendix, entitled, “The Case for Byzantine Priority” by Maurice A. Robinson, PhD.

I have also uploaded editions of some of my Greek-English documents, but with the Robinson-Pierpont Greek text, and the English translation thereof.  You can download them right here as well.  Completed are: Gospel of Luke, Gospel of John, The General Epistles and Revelation.

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Scrivener Collations of Textus Receptus Editions

Collation of Textus Receptus editions now available for download on my translations page: Scrivener, F. H. A.: Appendix B: Collation of all editions of the so-called Textus Receptus (in a Hoskier work). Many people like to do a Bible Study pertaining to the underlying Greek Text that is used in the older Bibles compared to a new Bible.

Included in this post is an image of one of the pages of this work on the Textus Receptus.

Textus Receptus collation by Scrivener

One page from the Textus Receptus Collation by Scrivener

This is a collation of Textus Receptus editions

their differences, PDF, 1 MB. This document shows all the differences between Robert Stephens’ editions, Erasmus’ 5 editions (especially 1550), Elzevir 1624, and editions of Beza, Aldus, Colinaeus.

These all are called the “Textus Receptus” or “Received Text.”

By the term “Textus Receptus” is meant these various Greek New Testament editions from which the translators of the Geneva Bible, the Bishops’ Bible, the Great Bible, and the King James Bible, translated, to make their English translations of the Bible.

This is what we mean by the Textus Receptus.