It is challenging to find accurate information on the Byzantine Text-type. Most people either conflate it with the Textus Receptus or are just ignorant of it, accepting whatever scholars say. Further compounding the problem is that most scholars, from what I have found throughout my self-education on this topic, lack accurate knowledge of the Byzantine Text-type. So, below is a listing of information for those wishing to learn more about the Byzantine Text-type.
1938 – Voss, David O. “Is Von Sodens a Kr a Distinct Type of Text?” Journal of Biblical Literature 57, no. 3 (1938): 311. https://doi.org/10.2307/3259821.
1991 – The New Testament in the Original Greek: According to the Byzantine-Majority Textform – This text was superceded by the 2005 edition, but the frontmatter (Preface and Introduction), appendix, and bibliography are of great value.
-Farstad, Arthur L., and Zane C. Hodges. “The New Testament in the Original Greek According to the Byzantine/Majority-Textform.” Grace Evangelical Society. Accessed April 22, 2020. https://faithalone.org/journal-articles/book-reviews/the-new-testament-in-the-original-greek-according-to-the-byzantinemajority-textform/.
2005 – The New Testament in the Original Greek: Byzantine Textform – This text was superceded by the 2018 edition, but the Preface, and especially the Appendix (The Case for Byzantine Priority – Maurice A. Robinson) are of great value.
A Textual Commentary on the Greek New Testament – “A website designed to foster discussion and to employ the canons of New Testament textual criticism to determine the earliest form of the transmitted text of the New Testament through a systematic study of every difference between the Nestle-Aland Novum Testamentum Graece (28th ed., 2012) and the Robinson-Pierpont The New Testament in the Original Greek: Byzantine Textform (2005).” Robinson is listed as one of the Advisors of the site.
2010 – The Greek New Testament for Beginning Readers: Byzantine Textform
2016 – The Greek New Testament for Beginning Readers: Byzantine Textform
2018 – The New Testament in the Original Greek: Byzantine Textform – This edition is nice but lacks all of the educational material found in the front and back matter of the 1991 and 2005 editions, also it, unfortunately, inserts English subheadings.
2019 – pp. 93-100, Chapter 6, “Why Not the Byzantine Text?” in An Introduction to the Greek New Testament, Produced at Tyndale House, Cambridge by Dirk Jongkind – Some interesting information here, but once one reads more regarding the Byzantine Text, Jongkind’s lack of knowledge is startling. And his comments about the Orthodox Church have no footnotes indicating from where he received them.