The Kindle Textus Receptus Holy Bible contains the Old and New Testaments. The Old Testament is the American Standard Version with English updated by David Robert Palmer. The capitalized “LORD” as found in many Bibles for the sacred name of God, is rendered as Yehovah. The New Testament is entirely translated from the Greek Textus Receptus, with Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, James, 1 Peter, 2 Peter, 1 John, 2 John, 3 John, Jude and Revelation being David Robert Palmer’s new and original translations from the Textus Receptus Greek, and the rest of the books being David Robert Palmer’s updating of the King James Version New Testament. I will update the remaining New Testament books to his own translation as it becomes completed. You can go to the Kindle Textus Receptus Bible here.
Robinson-Pierpont Greek New Testament 2018 edition
I have updated and uploaded my PDF document of the Robinson-Pierpont Byzantine Greek New Testament. The 2017 text was converted to Unicode in Microsoft Word by myself, David Robert Palmer, from CCAT raw text files sent to him by Dr. Maurice A. Robinson. Then DRP has now updated the Nestle-Aland textual variants to the NA28, and in Acts, to the ECM / NA29. All old links to the RP GNT still work, and they do point to this updated edition, since I did not change the file name.
The 2018 edition of the Robinson-Pierpont text has very few, and minor, text changes from the 2005 edition, including one corrected error of reading (based on misinterpretation of Hoskier’s data) at Rev 2:17 (now omits φαγειν) and John 18:11, 32, where a marginal reading has now become the main text and vice versa. Mainly it has updates and corrections in capitalization, accentuation, and punctuation, plus some previously missing iota subscripts. The most significant changes in this 2018 edition is that the variant readings of the Nestle-Aland text are updated to the NA28 in the catholic epistles, and in the Acts of the Apostles, to the ECM (Editio Critica Maior), which changes in Acts will likely be the text of the NA29.
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; 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 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 2018 Greek text, and the English translation thereof. You can download them right here as well. Completed are: The Gospel of Matthew, the Gospel of Mark, Gospel of Luke, Gospel of John, The General Epistles and Revelation. You can get Amazon printed editions of Robinson-Pierpont Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, and the General Epistles as well.
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I have just uploaded an update to my whole Bible files. (These are free and uncopyrighted.) For example, in the revised ASV Old Testament, I changed “mine enemies” to “my enemies,” etc. The URL for the Holy Bible PDF file is https://bibletranslation.ws/trans/holybible.pdf and for the Microsoft Word whole Bible file it is https://bibletranslation.ws/trans/holybible.docx