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The Interlinear Literal Translation of the Greek New Testament with the Authorized Version/Greek-English New Testament Lexicon

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Stephens 1550 Textus Receptus.
George Ricker Berry's edition of "The Interlinear Literal Translation of the Greek New Testament" is virtually identical to Erasmus 1516, Beza 1598 & the actual Textus Receptus: Elzevir 1633. Berry states that "In the main they are one & the same; & [any] of them may be referred to as the Textus Receptus" (p.ii).
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Hardcover, Greek/English, 807 pages
Published 1959 by Zondervan Publishing House (Grand Rapids, MI) (first published 1893)
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Reading the original bible, even just the Christian canon, is not possible. The closest thing to an "original" bible is probably the Septuagint of the second century B.C.E., a Greek version of Hebrew texts only referred to by scholars today but of much help to diasporic Jews in Egypt at the time. The early Christians didn't think about establishing a canon--the "Bible" for them were the Hebrew scriptures in various versions and combinations like the Septuagint--until the church was pretty well a ...more
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