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5.0 out of 5 stars This is a fantastic collation of documents and gathers them together very well., 25 April 2013
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This is a fantastic collation of documents and gathers them together very well, we must realise that all our translations of the New Testament into ANY language come from the NA27 (or earlier).

This document is highly recommended by many scholars and is given to all students at a wide range of universities when they begin studying New Testament Greek.

Well printed with a wide range of covers, this is perfect for scholars, theologians, pastors, students and anyone wanting to understand the depth and richness that the original Greek has to offer.

An interesting side note and something many have been waiting for a long time for, the NA28 uses the phrasing in Jude 1:5 'though you+ have once and for all known [this], that Jesus' where as the NA27 used 'though you+ know all [this], that the Lord once' - the change from 'Lord' to 'Jesus' has been something many have been waiting for a long time to come about.

As all translations of Jude 1:5 use the term 'Lord' except for the ESV who chose to make the change to 'Jesus' before the NA28 did. This is a great move as our earliest manuscripts use 'Jesus' rather than 'Lord' and the ESV translation should be commended for this change before the NA28 came out.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A must have for the serious scholar and student of The New Testament!, 1 Jun 2014
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P. M. Trivett (Berkshire, England) - See all my reviews
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The last New Testament I purchased was the ESV reverse interlinier with the 27th edition of the nestle-Alund text. It has helped in learning to pronounce the Greek words but does not replace having the full references of what text and readings in front of you. So I decided that I needed to start to learn Greek for myself, which with the 1 million and 1 things I have to do I will get around to it one day!

This the 28th edition has some readings from some recent finds of papyrus scriptures found since the 27th ed so it is very much up to day. Now, if you are a Muslim or King James Onlyist, you might be thinking why keep updating the NT? Well, as the KJV scholars did, they kept up the practice of review and they would have loved to have a fraction of the manuscripts we have today, because our manuscript tradition as recorded in the NA 28th edition shows that our important doctrines have been present since the first century and have not been taken out. That is why information that p129 has been consulted is vital!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great product and service, 22 Jan 2013
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Good condition. Excellent purchase all round. Looks impressive to pretend to read. All I have to do is try and learn Greek now.
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