Online Tools

Display any verse of the Greek New Testament along with variant readings of different texts.

Compare Manuscripts side-by-side

Glossary of terms relevant to New Testament studies, textual criticism, and studies of Christian origin.

Online tool to assemble, link, and study fragments of Medieval manuscripts.

Select different options to see genealogical relationships of variants and manuscripts from the work that produced the ECM of the Catholic letters shared by INTF, Münster, Germany.

Database of Objectively Dated Manuscripts

English translation available online with notes on translation decisions.

Greek New Testament Editions

Published by INTF and edited by the German Bible Society (Deutsche Bibelgesellschaft)

 Published by the German Bible Society.

Published by Tyndale House, with primary editors Dirk Jongkind, and editorial committee Dr. Peter Head and Dr. Peter Williams.

Edited by Mike Holmes who compared editions of the GNT.

This edition reflects the Byzantine/Majority text form.

“The New Testament in Original Greek” published in 1881, edited by Westcott and Hort.

Journals

A journal of Biblical Textual Criticism.

Blogs

INTF Blog

Blog by Brent Nongbri, author of God’s Library and Professor of History of Religions at MF School of Theology, Religion, and Society in Oslo.

Regular blogs by active New Testament text critics in which they share their research, interesting finds, helpful resources, reviews of the latest happenings in the field.

A blog maintained and updated by the faculty of the Amsterdam Centre for New Testament Studies (ACNTS).

Institutions and Projects

A program of Phoenix Seminary producing academic research and resources concerning the origins of the Bible.

Research program at Birmingham University using electronic tools for research projects and the latest editions of the Greek New Testament

A website devoted to the study of the Greek New Testament. Researchers can search through various categories to find information, available images, and tools for any manuscript on the K-Liste.

Research center at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary devoted to the study of the text of the New Testament and the manuscripts.

Study of the fragments of Origen’s Hexalpa, OT Scriptures in Greek and Hebrew.

Manuscript database of pre-modern handwritten texts collected and catalogued by the University of Pennsylvania Libraries.

Project aiming to collect and study all relevant paratexts of the Greek Bible.

Digitized manuscripts held at the Vatican.

Digitized Greek manuscripts held at the various monasteries of Mt. Athos, Greece.

Website dedicated to the study of GA 01 containing the text, tools, and digital images of the manuscript.