A Textual Key to the New Testament
Published by the Trinitarian Bible Society
In recent years, much has been said and written regarding the excellence, accuracy and readability of the modern versions of the New Testament. It is often stated that these versions are more accurate than the Authorised (King James) Version because the newer translations are based upon older and better manuscripts than those upon which the Authorised Version is based.
There are many today, however, who would not agree with this assessment. It is their contention that the manuscripts of the New Testament used in the modern versions are corrupted and, in effect, detract from essential doctrines of the Bible. The Trinitarian Bible Society has provided the following list as a useful guide in opposing the use of these manuscripts and modern translations… [keep reading]
This is an extremely helpful resource. I have been going through this and using it to make notations in an ESV bible I have to see contextually what the ESV is dropping or omitting. While changes may look to some to be minor on the surface, what I am seeing is that the critical text changes affect the contextual reading in every single case, sometimes to a minor degree but more often than not to a notable degree. This is a most helpful tool and I encourage others to make good use of it.