Jay P. Green, Sr.

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  1. Stephen

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    Can someone tell me if all of Jay P. Green's work is based on the Byzantine text or has he used the Alexanderian(sp) too?

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    As I recall, Bro. Green used the Textus Receptus in his work. I'm standing by for correction on this point as needed.

    Hoping to shed more light than heat,
    Keith [​IMG]
     
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    Keith, you are correct. Green's Greek text is the 1894 Scrivener text as published by the Trinitarian Bible Society and commonly called the "TR." ("The Interlinear Hebrew-Greek-English Bible" volume IV, page xi, Hendrickson Publishers, Peabody, MA, 1985.)
     
  4. Stephen

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    Thanks Gentlemen,
    I was asking because of 2 Bibles I recently downloaded:
    2000 Literal Translation of the Holy Bible
    1998 Modern King James Version

    Stephen
     

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