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  • James Snapp, Jr.
    Hello Fadie, You can purchase various texts about NTTC on CD, including transcriptions of some major manuscripts, online at Sola Scriptura Publishing. Also,
    Message 1 of 2 , Oct 24, 2008
      Hello Fadie,

      You can purchase various texts about NTTC on CD, including
      transcriptions of some major manuscripts, online at Sola Scriptura
      Publishing. Also, if you become a member of the TC-Alternate
      discussion-group, you will have free access to the Files there,
      which include several important books and articles on New Testament
      textual criticism, including the text of Eberhard Nestle's 1904
      Introduction and Philip Schaff's Preface to the American edition of
      the Revised Text.

      At http://www.katapi.org.uk/BibleMSS/Contents.htm you can read, free
      of charge, F. C. Kenyon's book "Our Bible and the Ancient
      Manuscripts."

      At http://www-user.uni-bremen.de/~wie/GNT/books.html you should find
      a list of links to the Greek text of Westcott & Hort, which has been
      supplemented with variants in the modern-day critical text where
      there is disagreement with the WH text. Wieland Willker's textual
      commentary on the Gospels is also available there. The WH text is
      also at http://www.thenazareneway.com/greek_new_test .

      The online Encyclopedia of New Testament Textual Criticism is a
      valuable free resource, at http://www.skypoint.com/members/waltzmn .

      You can also sift through Google Books and www.archive.org for
      materials about New Testament textual criticism; just run searches
      for authors such as Bruce Metzger, F. C. Burkitt, William Sanday, B.
      B. Warfield, etc. At the Google homepage (*not* the Google Books
      page), if you search for "Westcott Hort New Testament Original
      Greek," a link to the WH 1881 Introduction (The NT in the Original
      Greek) should appear among the Book Results near the bottom of the
      page. That link should take you to a page where the book will be
      available to download as a PDF.

      (And at http://www.westcotthort.com/bookshelf.html , near the bottom
      of the page, there is a link to a PDF-download of Westcott & Hort's
      1881 Introduction. Too bad it doesn't seem to be working at the
      moment; perhaps it will work in the future.)

      Yours in Christ,

      James Snapp, Jr.
      www.curtisvillechristian.org/TCGoals.html
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