The Greek New Testament holds a special place in Christian thinking as the mouthpiece for God’s revelation of the Gospel and of Jesus Christ. While there are a few trusted Greek texts currently in print, significant advances have been made in Greek translation studies of the New Testament since a standard text was last adopted in 1975. In this edition, an editorial team of biblical scholars connected to Tyndale House, Cambridge,have carried out a rigorously philological review, looking afresh at spelling and paragraphing, and integrating recent insights into scribal practices and other advances in New Testament Greek. The result is a ground-breaking contribution to biblical scholarship.
This new Cambridge edition is beautifully produced, fully sewn and bound in a range of styles. It is intended for use by students, scholars and clergy.