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This textual apparatus is the work of the CNTTS (Center for New Testament Textual Studies). The module covers the entire New Testament with corrections and additional MSS expected to be added each year.
The module includes a full textual apparatus of the readings of various manuscripts (50 or more per NT book). Search capabilities of the apparatus include isolating the readings for a specific passage, a specific manuscript, several manuscripts at once, or even a specific type of variant (such as additions or omissions of text).
This Revised Edition is the result of 2 years of work with a complete re-evaluation of the variation units (with the majority included now and free updates to include the rest in 2015). In addition, corrections to data entries and manuscript readings have been made; new manuscripts have been added; some of the codes have been changed to identify the nature of the entries in a more precise manner. Also, a new numbering system for insignificant variants has been implemented throughout. And lastly, the data has been completely reformatted in Accordance to preserve better column formatting, enhance accuracy of hyperlinks, and streamline the search fields for easier searching. This update represents the final stage of the project with only minor corrections planned in future (free) incremental updates.
The Center for New Testament Textual Studies NT Critical Apparatus
• Project Directors: Mark Tagami, Earl Kellett, David Champagne
• Publisher: New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary (2014)