The Revelation of Jesus Christ Translated From the Byzantine Textform
A translation of the Book of Revelation from the Byzantine textform collated by Dr. Maurice Robinson (2004 edition). This work is based upon Reformed methods of textual criticism and Bible translation and contains an introduction which explains the principles. Proceeds from this book will be used to translate the rest of the New Testament and if possible the Old Testament as well according to these same principles. Throughout much of the New Testament the Textus Receptus is very close to the Byzantine text, but there are many differences in the book of Revelation. There is currently no major translation based upon the Byzantine Textform and this is intended to fill the need for such a translation.
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