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Get your church set-up with online giving , sermon streaming , and more in under 24 hours. Call us at Sign in or register for a free account to set your preferred Bible and rate books. The Apparatus. The apparatus has been revised primarily in order to include the readings of NA The second edition of the textual apparatus, like the first, provides information about a wide range of textual variants.
It does record all other differences between the SBL text and the texts of the editions listed below, of which there are now 6, Strutwolf Stuttgart: Deutsche Bibelgellschaft, Aland, K.
Aland , G. Mink, H. Strutwolf, and K. Wachtel 2nd edition; Stuttgart: Deutsche Biblegesellschaft, Robinson and William G. Pierpont Southborough, Mass. The following editions are cited only when they differ from NA Aland, J.
Karavidopoulos, C. Martini, and B. Metzger Stuttgart: Deutsche Bibelgesellschaft, NIV Richard J. Goodrich and Albert L. Occasionally a marginal reading of WH or Treg or the text of another edition is cited, usually in support of a reading adopted by the editor that is not found in any of the four primary ed itions, but sometimes in other circumstances as well. In each note, the reading of the text is always presented first, in bold, followed by its supporting evidence; the variant reading s and supporti ng evidence follow.
Holmes, the SBLGNT offers a widely available, critically edited and generously licensed edition of the Greek New Testament for use in academic contexts and personal study. This Logos Bible Software edition is fully morphologically tagged, including Louw-Nida annotation reference and English glosses. Using these annotations, most readings in most modern translations of the New Testament are accounted for, providing a solid foundation not only for examining textual variations but also for preaching and exegesis.
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Outline of Bible-related topics. The latter edition is aimed at translators and so focuses on variants that are important for the meaning whereas the NA includes more variants. The Greek text as presented is what biblical scholars refer to as the "critical text". The critical text is an eclectic text compiled by a committee that compares readings from a large number of manuscripts in order to determine which reading is most likely to be closest to the original. They use a number of factors to help determine probable readings, such as the date of the witness earlier is usually better , the geographical distribution of a reading, and the likelihood of accidental or intentional corruptions. In the book, a large number of textual variants, or differences between manuscripts, are noted in the critical apparatus —the extensive footnotes that distinguish the Novum Testamentum Graece from other Greek New Testaments.
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