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The Greek New Testament, 5th ed. (UBS5)


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Sometimes referred to as the critical text, this is today’s most widely used Greek New Testament. It is the basis for nearly every Bible translation in the past 100 years. The Greek text, punctuation, and formatting reflects that of the UBS 4th Edition. Each word carries with it searchable morphological data along with lexical forms and English glosses. The Logos version of UBS5 will include morphological tagging enabling you to conduct cutting-edge word studies utilizing your entire Logos library.

This resource only contains the UBS5 Greek text. It does not contain the UBS5 textual apparatus. The Greek New Testament, 5th ed. (UBS5) with Critical Apparatus contains both the text and the apparatus.

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  • Provides the most widely used edition of the Greek New Testament worldwide
  • Focuses of the revision on the catholic epistles, with more than thirty modifications to the text
  • Incorporates the readings of Papyri 117–127
  • Title: The Greek New Testament
  • Edition: 5th Edition
  • Publisher: German Bible Society
  • Publication Date: 2014
  • Pages: 974
  • Language: Greek
  • Resource Type: Bibles

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  1. MVH



    Further to my comment below about missing punctuation, here's the big problem: Whenever a short pause/semicolon (raised dot) occurs immediately before a verse reference number--which is pretty frequently!--the dot is missing. This is such a serious defect that, in my opinion, this edition should not be on the market. I bought this without knowing about this error and feel that I was taken advantage of. I use it for the (poorly presented) apparatus, but have to keep the 4th edition open, which is what I use when displaying the text in class. Because the text and the apparatus are separate books in the Logos edition (which is helpful), you can synch the apparatus to whatever text or version you are using.

  2. Williams Uchechi
    Please, I want to find out if the concerns below have been addressed.

  3. Tim Wood

    Tim Wood


    I was considering purchasing this for a graduate class in Greek. However, from reviews below, there are mistakes in the text (noted in reviews two+ years old) and this does not have the apparatus (reviews from 5+ years ago). As an aside, I'm a bit puzzled why no one at Logos/Faithlife has responded to any of the reviews noting problems with this edition. Returning to the edition itself, the lack of an aparatus is a major oversight because the apparatus is not only a requirement for use in a seminary or academic environment, it also allows a pastor to see where there are differences in manuscripts. I've already written a few sermons where that range led to a much more nuanced sermon.

  4. Daniel Faulkner
    There is a typo in you're main description.

  6. MVH



    Needs to be updated with corrections. There are several significant problems. For example, punctation is missing in places (e.g. Matt 18:33; Matt 22:29). Also, the critical apparatus is poorly designed. Text-critical notes lack the corresponding footnote number that it is in the text. This is difficult when there are more than one variant in a single verse, and even more difficult because this edition has no faint line (as in the printed version) or even a blank line to clearly separate variant units. A similar problem obtains with the discourse segmentation apparatus, which simply follows the text-critical apparatus without a blank line or a faint line to separate it from the previous paragraph. This forces the reader to scan the apparatus very carefully to see where one TC note ends another begins, and where the TC note ends and discourse segmentation note begins. Looks like they rushed to get this electronic edition published.

  7. Lincoln A. Bovee'
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  9. Tan Molina

    Tan Molina


  10. Friedrich



    replying to Robert Griffin below--agreed, this does not have apparatus. But note: Nestle Aland 28 does not necessarily, either. There are two versions: one with apparatus, one without


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