On This Site
- Bible Translations (by Laurence Knopf)
- Biblical Numerics
- Catholic Influence on the Textus Receptus -r
- Do It Yourself Hebrew and Greek
- Learn to Read New Testament Greek
- Links to Free Online Lessons & Grammars
- Maximizing Personal Bible Study – Ron Frye
- Septuagint Quotes in the New Testament
Written by Others
- Benefitting From the Ancient Manuscripts
- Some Altered Scriptures
- Significant Corrects to the AV New Testament
- Concerning Translation
WHERE TO FIND
Most of the links below provide free material online, although there may be some links provided whereby you may purchase books online. While we feel that there is valuable information on all of the pages linked to below, we do not necessarily agree with all conclusions of the various authors linked to.
General Bible Dictionaries
Scripture Names Dictionary (html)
Smith’s Bible Dictionary (html)
Westcott & Hort Vs. Textus Receptus: Which is Superior? – by By Douglas Kutilek
What is the Textus Receptus? – By Dr. Herbert Samworth
SBL Greek New Testament
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.