Textus Receptus Bibles
Textus Receptus Bible verses presented for comparison among the Bibles of the era.
Textus Receptus Bible chapters presented in parallel with a choice of the Bibles of the era.
Textus Receptus verses analysis compares the 1550 Stephanus with the King James.
- Textus Receptus is the name now given to a series of Greek texts of the Bible New Testament printed between 1500 and 1900.
- The name Textus Receptus was first used, to refer to editions of the Greek New Testament published by the Elzevir Brothers in 1633.
- Textus Receptus has the Byzantine text‑type, which emanates from the Majority Text, which represents over 90% of the 5,800+ Greek manuscripts of the New Testament still in existence today.
- Textus Receptus was used by William Tyndale and is the textual base for the Tyndale, Bishops, Geneva and the King James Bible New Testament... find out more
A list of the millions of manuscripts and volumes lost and destroyed before and after the life of Erasmus... read more
Important Differences between the Textus Receptus and the Nestle‑Aland/United Bible Society text... read more
A complete list of differences between the text of the King James version and the texts of the Textus Receptus... read more
There is a theological problem with deriding the Textus Receptus on the basis that its original edition descends from just a few manuscripts... find out more
Any critical evaluation of the Textus Receptus in modern times is anachronistic... find out more
Most modern translations are based on an edition of the Nestle‑Aland/United Bible Society text, which omits words and phrases found in the Greek text of the Textus Receptus. Proponents of these modern critical texts often claim that the Textus Receptus contains 110% of the word of God... find out more
Give light, and the darkness will disappear of itself. - Desiderius Erasmus