The Greek New Testament, Produced At Tyndale House

The Greek New Testament holds a special place in Christian thinking as the mouthpiece for God’s revelation of the Gospel and of Jesus Christ. While there are a few trusted Greek texts currently in print, significant advances have been made in Greek transmission studies of the New Testament since a standard text was last adopted in 1975. In this edition, an editorial team of biblical scholars connected to Tyndale House, Cambridge, have taken a rigorously philological approach to reviewing the text, looking afresh at spelling and paragraphing, and integrating recent findings, about scribal practices and other advances in New Testament Greek. The result is a ground-breaking contribution to biblical scholarship.

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Read Dirk Jongkind's fourth post as part of a series on some of the textual variants found in the Passion narratives.

We are delighted to celebrate the launch today of The Greek New Testament, Produced at Tyndale House Cambridge.

This volume represents a 10-year journey to present the New Testament in a way that reflects as clearly as possible its earliest recoverable wording.

Tyndale House, Cambridge, announces a new discovery made by young researcher Dr Kim Phillips published in its latest Tyndale Bulletin 68.1 (2017) 1-29.

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