AA said "Look @ any OLD Scofield Bible for instance,Ol' Doc Scofield rejected the Alexandrian/Laodecian washouts back before 1930." I may have missed a few, but all the following is from the "old" Scofield Bible: From the preface: "The discovery of the Sinaitic MS. and the labours in the field of textual criticism of such scholars as Griesbach, Lachmann, Tischendorf, Tregelles, Winer, Alford, and Westcott and Hort, have cleared the Greek textus receptus of minor inaccuracies, while confirming in a remarkable degree the general accuracy of the Authorized Version of the text. Such emendations of the text as scholarship demands have been placed in the margins of this edition, which therefore combines the dignity, the high religious value, the tender associations of the past, the literary beauty and remarkable general accuracy of the Authorized Version, with the results of the best textual scholarship." Footnote on Matt 17:21 says: The two best MSS. omit verse 21. Footnote on Matt 23:14 says: The best MSS. omit verse 14. Footnote on Matt 25:14 says: Omit the italicised words, "the kingdom of heaven is". Footnote on Mark 9:29 says in part: The two best MSS. omit "and fasting." Footnote on Mark 11:26: Verse 26 is omitted from the best MSS. Footnote on John 5:3 says: The Sinai MS. omits "waiting for the moving of the water." and all of John 5:4. Footnote on Acts 7:59 says: Omit God. Lit. And were stoning Stephen as he was invoking and saying, Lord Jesus, give welcome unto my spirit. Footnote on Acts 8:37 says: The best authorities omit v. 37. Footnote on Acts 16:7 says: R.V. adds "of Jesus", as in the best authorities. Footnote on Acts 17:26 says: "blood" is not in the best manuscripts. R.V. omits. Footnote on Acts 19:2 says in part: Not as in A.V., "since ye believed," but as in R.V. and marg.: "Did ye receive the Holy Spirit when ye believed?" Footnote on 1 Corinthians 1:8 says in part: A.V. has "day of Christ," 2 Thessalonians 2:2 incorrectly, for "day of the Lord" Footnote on 1 Corinthians 15:45 says: Omit italicized words "was made." Footnote on 2 Cor 3:14 says: Omit the word italicized "vail". Footnote on Gal 3:24 says in part: Omit "to bring us." Footnote on Philippians 4:11 says: Omit "therewith." Footnote on Col 2:2 says in part: The best authorities omit "and of the Father, and of Christ." Footnote on Col 2:11 says: Omit "the sins of." In the Introduction to 2 Thess: The theme of Second Thessalonians is, unfortunately, obscured by a mistranslation in the A.V. of 2 Thessalonians 2:2 where "day of Christ is at hand" should be, "day of the Lord is now present" Footnote on Hebrews 11:26 says: Omit "of the reward". Footnote on Hebrews 12:1 says: Omit "the." Footnote on 1 Pet 3:20 says: Omit "once." Footnote on 1 John 2:2 says in part: Omit words "the sins.". Footnote on 1 John 5:7 says: It is generally agreed that v.7 has no real authority, and has been inserted. Footnote on 1 John 5:8 says: Omit "in earth." Footnotes on Rev 6:1,3,5 and 7 says: Omit "and see."