The 2017 edition of the Robinson-Pierpont Greek New Testament
I have completed and uploaded a PDF of the Robinson-Pierpont 2017 edition of “The New Testament in the Original Greek, Byzantine Text Form.” I compiled it from raw text CCAT files sent to me by its author, Maurice A. Robinson, PhD. The PDF is now 622 pages, 13 MB in size.
The 2017 edition has very few, and minor, text changes from the 2005 version, including one corrected error of reading (based on misinterpretation of Hoskier’s data) at Rev 2:17 (now omit φαγειν) and also a few places 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.
This PDF is designed to default to open with the bookmarks panel, or links bar, showing on the left, so that you can click on the name of a book or heading and it takes you there like an Internet link. If you are using a combination of device and software app in which this is not true, there may be an option in the “view” menu by which you may choose to view these bookmarks or links under, for example, “navigation panels.”
This PDF was designed to enable you to copy and paste from it, and also to print it. Download the Robinson-Pierpont 2017 GNT. Also, you can search in it for a verse reference, e.g., Lk 4:7.
If rather than the edition with all the variants you want a minimal version, you can download an edition of the Robinson-Pierpont 2017 GNT without the variants and without the Appendix here. This document is 403 pages rather than 639, and its size is 9 MB rather than 12 MB. Also available, for textual criticism experimentation, is an all-majuscule / uncial edition. That was the PDF link; you can also download a Microsoft Word “.docx” edition of the Robinson-Pierpont 2017 Greek New Testament in all majuscule.
You can also download 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 Mark, Gospel of Luke, Gospel of John, The General Epistles and Revelation.