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- Submitted: Dec 26 2016 06:50 AM
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- Author: God, Manuel Vanhee, Scrivener and Stephanus.
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God, Manuel Vanhee, Scrivener and Stephanus.
God, Manuel Vanhee, Scrivener and Stephanus. Public Domain 2016
Restored Textus Receptus 1.1 beta- with Strongs and parsing info (Robinson's Morphological Analysis Codes).
The Restored Textus Receptus is my attempt to restore the Original New Testament Text and is the NT source of the coming Restored Holy Bible 6.0
The was made by using electronic editions of Scrivener and Stephanus;
listing all the differences even in the same edition, finding typos, and comparing the Text with other sources and translations.
In the first from the TR based translations in the time of the Reformation using Scrivener(1894) as start for editing.
Then restarting with the Public Domain version of Stephanus 1550.
The Movable Nu is very different in the Official TRa version of theWord. And the e-Sword version lacks many suffixes in Robinson's Morphological Analysis Codes.
Then I removed de diacritics and punctuations; and made 4 versions.
1)RTR with Strongs and Morphology codes.
2)RTR with Strongs.
Then comparing the RTR only version with my previous version.
I have deal with double Strong's numbers and Morphology codes based on context and harmonisation; some of Strong's numbers are moved for example G39->G40
But unlike Robinson's sources did I not moved all forms of the verb "to be" in one Strong's number.
What's New in Version RTR 1.1 Beta (See full changelog)
- fixed wrong file
- Mar 4:8 deleted G1520 A-NSN