The English Hexapla: Exhibiting the Six Important English Translations of the New Testament Scriptures : Wyclif, M.CCC.LXXX., Tyndale, M.D.XXXIX, Cranmer, M.D.XXXIX, Genevan, M.D.VVII, Anglo-Rhemish, M.D.LXXXII, Authorised, M.DC.XI, the Original Greek Text After Scholz, with the Various Readings of the Textus Receptus and the Principal Constantinopolitan and Alexandrine Manuscripts, and a Complete Collation of Scholz's Text with Griesbach's Edition of M.DCCC.V, Preceded by an Historical Account of the English Translations

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S. Bagster, 1841 - Bible - 168 pages

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A surprisingly good Greek New Testament, supplemented by a superb detailed introduction describing the English Bibles produced in the 1500's and the King James Version; these versions are compared to each other in a column-to-column format. This introduction is superior to Schaff's relatively dismissive treatment of Reformation-era New Testaments. 

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