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Is the NASB the best English translation, or..
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You could buy one of the available bible software (Accordance, Logos, Bibleworks, etc.) and load CNTTS NT Critical Apparatus. With that Apparatus you can see all the variants that have been found to date for each verse. They are quite a bunch, it includes all available Greek manuscripts (including some that are so obscure/corrupted that one maybe wouldn't even want to waste their time with them). But yeah it has all there is known to be out there, it seems.
I think of more interest are the variants between more established textual traditions like Textus Receptus, Alexandrinus, etc. I am kind of new to this stuff still so I hope I used the right lingo.

I am not aware of any free option that would give one access to see all the myriad of Greek variants out there.

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Re: Is the NASB the best English translation, or.. - by borota - 10-15-2014, 02:01 AM

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