This classic text by one of the greatest textual critics offers an extensive introduction to New Testament textual criticism, tailored with the student in mind. Scrivener also includes several lithographed plates to illustrate issues and principles through actual examples from New Testament manuscripts.
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Frederick Henry Ambrose Scrivener (1813–1891) was educated at Trinity College, Cambridge; he published a variety of works of New Testament scholarship while working as a clergyman and headmaster. In an age when previously unknown manuscript fragments of New Testament texts were being discovered, his skills as a transcriber and collator of these texts were greatly respected. He is the editor of The New Testament in Greek and The Cambridge Paragraph Bible of the Authorized English Version.