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    Default GNT-The NEW TESTAMENT of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ by Chr. Woodsworth, D.D.

    The NEW TESTAMENT of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ in the original Greek
    by Chr. Woodsworth, D.D.
    Canon of Westminster


    Part I, The GOSPELS, 1856
    Part II, The Acts of the Apostles, 1857
    Part III, St. Paul's Epistles, 1859
    Part IV, The General Epistles and the Book of Revelation, 1860

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    Hello Pasquale,

    What is this? Pardon my ignorance, but I'm not familiar with the name or the content. Is it a Greek text of the NT? I'd like to have some details before I decide to download and install it!

    Thanks!

    Don Cobb
    Aix-en-Provence, France

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    Wordsworth, 1856. Christopher Wordsworth, The New Testament of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, in the Original Greek: with Introductions and Notes. London: Rivingtons, 1856-60. This work was first published in four volumes: Part 1, Four Gospels, 1856; Part 2, Acts of the Apostles, 1857; Part 3, St. Paul's Epistles, 1859; Part 4, General Epistles and Book of Revelation, 1860. An Index volume to Parts 1-4, by the Rev. J. Twycrose, appeared in 1861. After the completion of the four parts, a two-volume edition of the whole was issued in 1860. Several two-volume editions followed, between 1862 and 1870.
    It was not Wordsworth's main purpose to present a new Greek text in these volumes. His main object was to publish the introductions and exegetical notes, which amount to a complete commentary on the New Testament. The Greek text is a modest revision of the Received Text. The final edition of Wordsworth's text (1870) is collated against Estienne 1550 in Newberry 1877. (from http://www.bible-researcher.com/bib-w.html)


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