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    Are there plans to include the Tyndale House Greek NT in BW? If so, is there a time table for its release in BW?

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    Looks like an interesting project! Hope we'll get it in BW at some point.
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    I got the Tyndale House GNT for Accordance. It won't replace NA28 or CNTTS, but it is a low-priced option for getting a glimpse at key textual variants. I just posted a lengthy comparison of the resources available for textual criticism: texts, apparatus, and commentaries. You can see my blog post HERE.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MGVH View Post
    I got the Tyndale House GNT for Accordance. It won't replace NA28 or CNTTS, but it is a low-priced option for getting a glimpse at key textual variants. I just posted a lengthy comparison of the resources available for textual criticism: texts, apparatus, and commentaries. You can see my blog post HERE.

    Thank you so much for doing this comparison. Just the other day I was "googling" to see if I could find an article comparing the different critical texts. You've done me a great service!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MGVH View Post
    I got the Tyndale House GNT for Accordance. It won't replace NA28 or CNTTS, but it is a low-priced option for getting a glimpse at key textual variants. I just posted a lengthy comparison of the resources available for textual criticism: texts, apparatus, and commentaries. You can see my blog post HERE.
    It was recently release for Accordance and Logos, I am hoping that Bibleworks will follow shortly.


    I like your blog entry, I had read a few more detailed reviews of the THGNT, I will see if I can find a link. Overall, I appreciate the THGNT commitment to using only existent variants. The NA28 has now opened the door to introducing text based on a presumed vorlage into the base text rather than leaving it in the apparatus. That is a decision that I am personally uncomfortable with.
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    Quote Originally Posted by benelchi View Post
    .... Overall, I appreciate the THGNT commitment to using only existent variants. The NA28 has now opened the door to introducing text based on a presumed vorlage into the base text rather than leaving it in the apparatus. That is a decision that I am personally uncomfortable with.
    I haven't paid close enough attention to this in recent years, so I wonder if you could list a couple of examples. I can see that it could be a disturbing trend.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidR View Post
    I haven't paid close enough attention to this in recent years, so I wonder if you could list a couple of examples. I can see that it could be a disturbing trend.
    Here's just one list, but this is not a static target. The list is continuously changing among the so-called critical editions.

    http://evangelicaltextualcriticism.b...in-nestle.html

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    Thanks, Scott. I'm elbow-deep in U.S. income taxes at the moment, so I'll have to go back to study that interesting post. Particularly interesting is the conclusion: "based on the list here, the Nestle(-Aland) editions have grown more reticent to print conjectures since 1927 not less."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Adelphos View Post
    Here's just one list, but this is not a static target. The list is continuously changing among the so-called critical editions.

    http://evangelicaltextualcriticism.b...in-nestle.html

    This is a pretty good list, but a little misleading.

    The issue with the NA27/28 is not that there have been suggested emendations in the apparatus that have no support in known manuscripts, but that the emended text has now been placed in the base text instead of the apparatus. This is a significant change from earlier versions. Many critical texts have suggested 'original' readings that are unattested in any known manuscripts, but these are typically noted in the apparatus, not in the base text.
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    Quote Originally Posted by benelchi View Post
    This is a pretty good list, but a little misleading.

    The issue with the NA27/28 is not that there have been suggested emendations in the apparatus that have no support in known manuscripts, but that the emended text has now been placed in the base text instead of the apparatus. This is a significant change from earlier versions. Many critical texts have suggested 'original' readings that are unattested in any known manuscripts, but these are typically noted in the apparatus, not in the base text.
    Yeah, I agree. That's why I offered the caveat. The so-called critical texts are an ever-moving target, including significant passages.

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