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By David Trobisch

This consultant introduces the complicated re-creation of the Nestle-Aland Novum Testamentum Graece, 28 version, explaining its constitution, the text-critical gear and appendices, and the techniques of the hot version.

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Expressions, phrases, and sentence structures that modern readers deem old-fashioned and outdated are replaced with familiar ones. ” Both copies are called the King James Version by their publishers. Sometimes, positive connotations of certain words may have shifted, and the identical word now has attained a negative bias. Greek was a living language during the fourteen hundred years in which the text of the New Testament was transmitted by hand, and Greek is still spoken today. It is more likely that editors would make a text easier to understand than making it intentionally more difficult.

Expressions, phrases, and sentence structures that modern readers deem old-fashioned and outdated are replaced with familiar ones. ” Both copies are called the King James Version by their publishers. Sometimes, positive connotations of certain words may have shifted, and the identical word now has attained a negative bias. Greek was a living language during the fourteen hundred years in which the text of the New Testament was transmitted by hand, and Greek is still spoken today. It is more likely that editors would make a text easier to understand than making it intentionally more difficult.

Although this change has made the description of the text evidence more exact, it also resulted in longer entries in the apparatus. Furthermore, even consistently cited witnesses, when referenced as part of a “negative apparatus” entry, may still contain an undocumented, small lacuna (see the example below at p. 51, Rom 16:3 in ????46). Although the editors differentiate three groups of manuscripts (61*), the distinction between consistently cited witnesses, frequently cited manuscripts, and occasionally cited manuscripts is not applied to all parts of the New Testament with the same rigor.

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