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Collation of TR vs. W & H?

Discussion in 'Bible Versions & Translations' started by John of Japan, Apr 5, 2021.

  1. John of Japan

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    Does anyone know of a collation online (or otherwise) of the TR (Scrivener I suppose) vs. the Westcott and Hort Greek text? A missionary to an E. European country has been in touch with us asking about that. He's doing a Bible translation into the language of that country, but I'm not sure exactly what he wants the collation for.
     
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    The Appendices ad Novum Testamentum Stephanicum volume by (I think) Moulton has a full collation of Stephens 1550 against WH (in Greek, not merely English translatable variants as in Marlowe). That could then be compared with the collation of the Scrivener 1894 edition against Stephens 1550 available online somewhere to calculate the differences (suggestion: let the guy in Europe do the legwork).
     
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    Thank you. That's very helpful.

    Yeah, I'm all about letting the other guy do the legwork!
     
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    I have seen one that was The Byzantine Text (Robinson), with all variants from Westcott and Hort, Nestle/Aland and either Stephens or Scriveners Textus Receptus. Sorry I lost my old computer with the bookmarks, can’t find it on my tablet. But I’m sure it’s still out there.
     
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    You may be referring to the Solid Rock Greek New Testament, Scholar's Edition. It shows the differences between the W&H and the TR. My son told our friend in E. Europe about it and he says he is going to buy it, but it doesn't answer everything for him. Somehow there is something else he is after, but we haven't figured it out yet.

    P. S. There is a "Portable Edition" of the SRGNT which I have, but it doesn't have the apparatus.
     
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    The Solid Rock GNT also provides other comparisons beyond TR, WH and RP as I recall (I have a copy, but not immediately at hand). Well worth having, along with the RP Reader's Edition that parses verbs and gives definitions for the entire NT.
     
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