This Greek text (Scrivener 1881) is the Greek text which corresponds best to the 1611 King James Version. The Scrivener text is a modified Beza 1598 Textus Receptus in which changes have been made to reflect the readings chosen by the KJV translators. Scrivener’s intent was to artificially create a Greek text that closely matched the translator-modified Textus Receptus text and the resulting English version. This is a useful text for comparison for those with proficiency in Greek.
Further, this edition of the text is fully morphologically tagged with the Logos Bible Software morphology; it also includes lemma (dictionary) forms and Strong’s numbers for every word in the Greek text.
- Morphologically tagged
- Includes diacritical marks
- Words link to Strong's numbers
- Title: The New Testament in Greek
- Editor: F. H. A. Scrivener
- Publisher: Logos Research Systems, Inc.
- Publication Date: 2008