New Testament in the Original Greek: Byzantine Textform 2005

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  1. ken_1689

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    I also plan on purchasing it. Definetly well priced. Good to know it's also quality.
     
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    So how accurately does it represent the "original" text?
     
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    Close enough to give us the Bible!
     
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    Is a strong consensus among the Byzantine MSS always inerrant? Can anyone point out a few places where it appears that it is not, and the rationale for such a conclusion?
     
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    Have any of you guys seen the Hodges-Farstad Greek majority Text? I have a copy - very nice apparatuses - one comparing the MT with the CT and the other listing variances within the MT itself.

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    Yes I have seen and read some online of the Hodges-Farstad Greek MT. But overall from what I have read the R/P Byzantine Greek Text is a better text because it covers more manuscripts and is excellent overall.
     
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    BTW the above is just hearsay since I can't really read Greek yet.
     
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