Compiled by one of the foremost scholars of NT Greek, this invaluable tool of manuscript criticism focuses on determining the text most likely to be the original from more than 1,440 sets of variant readings. Arranged verse-by-verse on significant passages, it's designed as a companion volume to the fourth edition of the United Bible Society Greek New Testament. 696 pages, hardcover from German Bible Society.
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Review 1 for A Textual Commentary on the Greek New Testament, Second Edition
Date:October 13, 2004
Delwyn X. Campbell
When I first got this commentary, I had the wrong idea about its content. It didn't take me long, however, to see its true value. When discussing the history of a variant, teaching from a passage, or even discussing the merits of one textual tradition over another, this book is the perfect reference source. If you buy a Greek New Testament, you've got to buy this commentary, otherwise, you're only half-dressed!