Cambridge The Greek New Testament, Black Hardcover

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Produced at Tyndale House, Cambridge

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The Greek New Testament is priceless in its value as it is how God has given us his revelation of the gospel and of Jesus Christ. While a few trusted Greek texts are in print, significant advances have been made in Greek translation studies of the New Testament since a standard text was adopted by academics in 1975. The Greek New Testament, Produced at Tyndale House, Cambridge has been created under the oversight of editors Dr. Dirk Jongkind (St. Edmund’s College, University of Cambridge) and Dr. Peter Williams (Tyndale House, Cambridge). Together with their team, they have taken a rigorously philological approach to reevaluating the standard text—reexamining spelling and paragraph decisions as well as allowing more recent discoveries related to scribal habits to inform editorial decisions. Ideal for students, scholars, and pastors alike, and published to coincide with the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, The Greek New Testament, Produced at Tyndale House, Cambridge is a groundbreaking contribution to biblical scholarship.


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1 review for Cambridge The Greek New Testament, Black Hardcover

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    nsmzed (verified owner)

    I have this edition in both the brown cowhide and the hardcover. Outside of the binding, they are identical. The brown cowhide is distributed though Cambridge and the Hardcover is distributed through Crossway. Both of them are made really well. This one has a well-fitting slip case that makes it sit nicely on my shelf.

    There is not a lot of description about these two editions, but they were created by Tyndale House. As far as I can tell, they heavily lean towards the earliest manuscripts, even following their spelling styles and paragraph markers, which are slightly different at places than NA28. Also this edition’s whole philosophy seems to contrast NA28, which is beginning to incorporate CBGM. That said, I’d love a real greek scholar to weigh in.

    Add it to your greek library. It’ll add an interesting perspective!

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