Bible Greek

New Testament Greek: A Beginning and Intermediate Grammar
A Grammar of New Testament Greek
Basics of Bible Greek Grammar – William Mounce
The Complete Word Study New Testament

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General Bible Dictionaries

American Tract Society Dictionary (HTML)

Easton’s Bible Dictionary (pdf)

Hitchcock’s Bible Names Dictionary (pdf)

International Bible Standard Encyclopedia (html)

Scripture Names Dictionary (html)

Smith’s Bible Dictionary (html)

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Greek Dictionaries/Lexicons

Strong’s Greek Definitions (pdf)

Strong’s OLB Expanded Definitions of the Greek Language Lexicon (pdf)


Textual Accuracy/Corruption

Manuscript Evidence and the English New Testament

Significant Corrections to the AV (KJV) New Testament

Significant Corrections to the NIV New Testament

The Johannine Comma (1 John 5:7,8)

Variations Within the Received Text Tradition

A Statistical Comparison of Editions of the Greek New Testament

Westcott & Hort Vs. Textus Receptus: Which is Superior? – by By Douglas Kutilek

What is the Textus Receptus? – By Dr. Herbert Samworth


Greek Texts/Interlinears

SBL Greek New Testament

Introducing the Society of Biblical Literature Greek New Testament

Nestle-Adland 26

Greek New Testament – This text is “derived” from the N.A. 26.

Westcott & Hort

The Greek New Testament (Gives a lot of comparisions with NA26); this presents the Greek text transliterated; it does not actually have the Greek text itself.

Scribner’s Textus Receptus

Greek Interlinear Bible – Free Downloadable software, or you may download individual chapters (pdf).  Provides the Greek text, a transliteration, an English word-for-word translation, Strong’s numbers, and the King James Version English translation.