Now Available - The Greek New Testament, Produced at Tyndale House


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.

Taking the edition prepared by Samuel Prideaux Tregelles as a starting text, the Tyndale House Greek New Testament draws on the most ancient available manuscripts, including early sources discovered in the past 40 years. The editorial choices are based on an extensive study of scribal habits, and pay particular attention to the recurring scribal tendencies within manuscripts.

The result is a Greek New Testament that significantly assimilates the appearance of the earliest manuscripts, with paragraph marks presented as far as possible as they are in earliest sources, limited punctuation, and the elimination of interruptions from critical signs in the main text. This edition aims to be the most accurate possible printing of the New Testament in its earliest well-documented form. 

As editor and associate editor, we acknowledge our profound debt to Dr Peter M Head and Dr Patrick James, our associate editors. Over the course of the project we worked with more than two dozen scholars connected with Tyndale House, researching and peer-reviewing the finished text. Our thanks go to them, without whom this edition would not have been possible. We also extend our sincere thanks to Crossway and Cambridge University Press for their craftsmanship in presenting the volumes so beautifully.

It is our enormous pleasure to present to you the culmination of this project. It is our hope that The Greek New Testament Produced at Tyndale House opens up new possibilities for you in your study and appreciation of these precious ancient scriptures.

Yours sincerely,

Dirk Jongkind (Editor) and Peter J. Williams (Associate Editor)

www.thegreeknewtestament.com

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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.