Those who want to read the New Testament writings in Greek are now spoiled for choice, with several recent editions published. Most recently, there is the edition just published mentioned earlier this week here, a project based in Tyndale House (Cambridge), edited by Dirk Jongkind. A few years back now, there appeared the edition prepared under the auspices of the Society of Biblical Literature (edited by Michael Holmes, my posting on that edition here). And, of course, there is also the most recent (28th) edition of what has become the standard hand-edition, the Nestle-Aland Greek New Testament (my posting here, and the edition’s home page here).
As indicated briefly in my earlier postings, each edition has its own character, layout, editorial policies, and intended uses. The SBL edition and the brand-new Tyndale House edition both offer free digital forms. The Nestle-Aland 28th edition can be read…
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