Wednesday, September 16, 2015

300 Books on Bible Criticism and the Historical Jesus on Two DVDroms


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Contents of Disk (created on a Windows computer):

The Historical Jesus of Nazareth 1876 by Max Schlesinger

THE QUEST OF THE HISTORICAL JESUS BY ALBERT SCHWEITZER (searchable PDF)

The Historical Jesus by Charles Piepenbring

The Historical Jesus and Mythical Christ by Gerald Massey

The Life of Jesus, Critically Examined by David Friedrich Strauss - 1892
The Life of Jesus, Critically Examined was a sensation. One reviewer called it "the Iscariotism of our days" and another "the most pestilential book ever vomited out of the jaws of hell." When he was elected to a chair of theology in the University of Zürich, the appointment provoked such a storm of controversy that the authorities decided to pension him before he began his duties.
What made his book so controversial was his analysis of the miraculous elements in the gospels as being "mythical" in character. The Leben Jesu closed a period in which scholars wrestled with the miraculous nature of the New Testament in the rational views of the Enlightenment. One group consisted of "rationalists", who found logical, rational explanations for the apparently miraculous occurrences; the other group, the "supernaturalists", defended not only the historical accuracy of the biblical accounts, but also the element of direct divine intervention. Strauss dispels the actuality of the stories as "happenings" and reads them solely on a mythic level. Moving from miracle to miracle, he understood all as the product of the early church's use of Jewish ideas about what the Messiah would be like, in order to express the conviction that Jesus was indeed the Messiah. With time the book created a new epoch in the textual and historical treatment of the rise of Christianity.

The Resurrection In The New Testament An Examination Of The Earliest References To The Rising Of Jesus And Of Christians From The Dead (1911) Clayton Raymond Bowen

A critical essay on the Gospel of St. Luke (1825) by Schleiermacher
Friedrich Daniel Ernst Schleiermacher (November 21, 1768 – February 12, 1834) was a German theologian and philosopher known for his impressive attempt to reconcile the criticisms of the Enlightenment with traditional Protestant orthodoxy.

The Jesus of History by T.R. Glover

The Jesus of History by Richard Hanson 1869

The Christ of Faith and the Jesus of History by D.M. Ross 1921

The Jesus of History and the Jesus of Tradition Identified by George Solomon 1880

THE UNSEEN WORLD AND OTHER ESSAYS By John Fiske 1876

The Historical Jesus and the Theological Christ by JE Carpenter 1912

The Historical Jesus and the Christs of Faith, article in the Contemporary Review 1896

The Christ of History and of Experience by David Forrest 1901

The Historicity of Jesus - A Criticism of the Contention that Jesus Never Existed by Shirley Jackson Case 1912

The Witnesses to the Historicity of Jesus by Arthur Drews 1912

Fragments from Reimarus consisting of brief critical remarks on the object of Jesus and His disciples as seen in the New Testament 1879

(Hermann Samuel Reimarus rejected miracles and accusing Bible authors of fraud)

What is the truth about Jesus Christ? Problems of Christology by Friedrich Loofs - 1913

Unbelief in the Eighteenth Century by John Cairns 1881

The Mythical Collapse of historical Christianity, article in The Hibbert journal 1911

The Miracles of Christ Critically Examined, article in The Princeton review 1871

The Historical Jesus, a survey of positions by JM Robertson 1916

The Jesus Problem - A Restatement of the Myth Theory by JM Robertson 1917

Pagan Christs - Studies in Comparative Hierology by JM Robertson 1911

Christianity and Mythology by JM Robertson 1910

Christology and Criticism, article in The Catholic World 1910

Messianic Philosophy - an Historical and Critical Examination of the evidence for the existence, death, resurrection, ascension, and divinity of Jesus Christ by Gideon Marsh 1908

Jesus, after Criticism, article in Homiletic review 1914

An Introduction to the life of Jesus; an Investigation of the Historical Sources by AW Anthony 1899

Lessing's Theology and Times, article in Essays, Reviews, and Addresses: Personal, political By James Martineau 1891

(Lessing argued against the belief in revelation and the holding on to a literal interpretation of the Bible, and rejected miracles)

Jesus in History and Legend - A Criticism from the Jewish Point of View, article in New era illustrated magazine 1904

Christianity and the Chief forms of Assault, article in Bibliotheca Sacra 1868

Mark's Gospel and the Synoptic Problem by AT Robertson, article in The Constructive quarterly 1918

Christ and the Doctors, article in The Atlantic monthly 1911

The First Easter Dawn - An Inquiry into the Evidence for the Resurrection of Jesus by Charles Gorham 1908

Life and ministry of Jesus according to the Historical and Critical Method by Rudolf Otto 1908

German Theology, article in The contemporary review 1871

The Historical Evidence for the Resurrection of Jesus Christ by Kirsopp Lake 1907

The Jesus of the Evangelists, His Historical Character vindicated by CA Row 1868

The Development of Theology in Germany since Kant by JF Smith 1890

History of German Theology in the 19th Century by F Lichtenberger 1890

Jesus as Problem, Teacher, Personality and Force by F. Bornemann 1910

The Christ of Primitive Christian Faith in Light of Religio-Historical Criticism, article in The Monist 1904

The Life of Jesus Christ in its historical connexion and historical development by August Neander 1853

Liberal Orthodoxy - A Historical Survey by Henry Clark 1914

Recent Christian progress by LB Paton 1909 (Articles include: Higher Criticism of the Old Testament, New Testament Textual Criticism, New Testament Exegesis, Higher Criticism of the New Testament, History of the Life of Christ etc)

The Real Jesus, and, Recent Discussion on the Messiahship of Jesus, articles in The Biblical world 1909

A Turning Point in the Synoptic Criticism, article in The Harvard theological review 1908

Jesus and the Prophets - An Historical, Exegetical, and Interpretative Discussion of the Use of Old Testament Prophecy by Jesus and of His Attitude towards it BY Charles MacFarland 1905

The Conception of Authority in the Pauline Writings by Alonzo Willard Fortune 1918

The Life of Christ by B Weiss Volume 1 1883

The Life of Christ by B Weiss Volume 2 1883

The Life of Christ by B Weiss Volume 3 1883

Toward the understanding of Jesus, and other historical studies by V Simkhowitsch 1921

The Historical Man of Nazareth by Wilbur Bryant 1908

Christianity as the Pleroma, article in The Open Court 1909

The Historicity of Jesus - An Estimate of the Negative Argument, article in The American Journal of Theology 1911

The Christology of the Epistle to the Hebrews by Harris Lachlan MacNeill 1914

Did Jesus Really Live?: A debate held in Orchestra Hall 1908

Jesus: Myth, Man or God by JM Peebles 1870

Did Jesus Really Live? A Reply to The Christ Myth by Arthur Drews 1911

The Historical New Testament by James Moffatt 1901

Did Jesus Write his own Gospel? by WP MacVey 1912

The Jesus of the Gospels, article in The Religious Magazine and Monthly Review 1872

What was Primitive Christianity, article in Frasers Magazine 1875

Jesus: Mythical and Real - Article in The Dublin University Magazine 1868
also
Christianity and Agnosticism: A Controversy by Henry Wace, Thomas Henry Huxley, William Connor Magee, William Hurrell Mallock, Humphry Ward 1889
"Seventy years later comes the Montpellier physician, Jean Astruc. He first notices the key to the whole enigma, the distinctive use made of the words 'Elohim' and 'Jahveh.' This leads him to the supposition of different strata in the Pentateuch, and from him descend in direct line Kuenen and Wellhausen. It is instructive, by the  way, to notice that all the time Astruc will have nothing to say to arguments against the Mosaic authorship of the Pentateuch."

A History of the Textual Criticism of the New Testament by Marvin Richardson Vincent 1899

The Problem of the Old Testament Considered with Reference to Recent Criticism by James Orr 1906

Old Testament Criticism and the Christian Church by John Edgar McFadyen 1903
"In the first place, the very words Higher Criticism are odious to many, because of what they seem to involve. To not a few, Biblical criticism of any kind is practically synonymous with impiety: what is man that he should dare to criticise the word of God ? And " higher" suggests presumption. The term is no doubt unfortunate, but fair minds should not allow the term to create an initial prejudice against the process for which the term stands. Criticism is not destruction. It is judgment."
 
History of the Sacred Scriptures of the New Testament by Eduard Reuss 1884 (Volume 2)
"Johann Salomo Semler was the first to undertake to improve upon the common conceptions of the canon. He gave to his criticism an essentially historical basis by commending and practicing the study of the ancient ecclesiastical literature, thus leading to a recognition of the gradual and fluctuating formation of our present collection."

Reconstruction in Theology by Henry Churchill King 1901
"It is unfortunate that in the early stages of higher criticism in America, for particular reasons, it came to be associated, in the minds of many, with a rather bitter and arrogant spirit; and it is even more unfortunate that, for many more, for other special reasons, it was identified with the most extreme results of an a priori anti-supernaturalistic school."

The higher criticism and the Bible by William Binnington Boyce 1881

A Reply to Harnack on the Essence of Christianity by Hermann Cremer 1903

The Genesis of Genesis by Benjamin Wisner Bacon 1891

The Quarterly Review 1863
"Truly the higher criticism indulges in strange assertions and very absurd difficulties! With regard to the second passage, we may ask why a Redactor and an Elohist are to be called into existence to explain the alternation of names in this passage more than in Exod. iii. 4, Ps. xxxvi. 6-8, or Ps. Ixix. 13, 30-35, &c. &c. It is not the higher criticism, but plain common sense, which is needed to reject such arguments. But this is only one proof out of many that the magic wand of modern exegesis transforms that which would be esteemed worthless in the mouth of a believer into 'high criticism' in that of a sceptical commentator."

The New Appreciation of the Bible by Willard Chamberlain Selleck 1906

The Old Testament and the New Scholarship by John Punnett Peters 1902



The Bible in the Nineteenth Century: Eight Lectures by Joseph Estlin Carpenter 1903

Dr. Friedrich Bleek's Lectures on the Apocalypse by Friedrich Bleek, Samuel Davidson 1875

Evidences of Christianity by Lonsdale Ragg 1909
"THE BIBLE AND MODERN CRITICISM often attack religion with the weapon of the 'Higher Criticism.' Scientific criticism, they say, has utterly discredited the Bible ; and with the Bible falls Christianity. Any one, however, who will take the trouble to read a little book like Professor Kirkpatrick's Divine Library of the 0ld Testament, may see something of the real tendency and scope of the Higher Criticism. If anything is discredited by sound criticism, it is the mistaken theory of verbal inspiration, which allowed the Bible no kinship whatever with non-biblical literature, and refused to recognise in it a human element, as the medium through which God has spoken to man."

Six lectures on the higher criticism upon the Old Testament by William Binnington Boyce 1878

Founders of Old Testament Criticism: Biographical, Descriptive, and Critical by Thomas Kelly Cheyne 1893
 
Our Bible and the Ancient Manuscripts: Being a History of the Text by Frederic George Kenyon 1898

The Text of the New Testament by Kirsopp Lake 1908

The Christ of Today by George Angier Gordon 1896
"The higher criticism mutilates our Bible, if the Bible does not witness to something greater than itself. This modern method of investigation comes in the name of pure scholarship, with the authority of historical science, and destroys the letter. If one does not reach the Christ through both Testaments, if one cannot invoke him for the determination of their worth, one must have a horror of the higher criticism."

Theology at the Dawn of the Twentieth Century: Essays on the Present Status by John Vyrnwy Morgan 1900 (many dark pages)

The Higher Criticism: An Outline of Modern Biblical Study by Charles Wesley Rishell 1893

The Books of Chronicles in Relation to the Pentateuch and the "higher criticism" by Arthur Charles Hervey 1892

Kanamori's Life-story Told by Himself: How the Higher Criticism Wrecked a Japanese Christian - And How He Came Back by Paul M. Kanamori - 1921

Thought and Religion: Or, The Mutual Contributions of Philosophy and Theology by James William Lowber 1912

Is the Higher Criticism Scholarly?: Clearly Attested Facts Showing that the Destructive "assured results of modern criticism" are indefensible, by Robert Dick Wilson 1922

Results of Higher Criticism: As Applied to the Old Testament by Winfield Scott Crowe 1894

The Life of Jesus in the Light of the Higher Criticism by Alfred Wilhelm Martin 1913 (first 279 pages only)

The Authority of Holy Scripture: An Inaugural Address by Charles Augustus Briggs 1891
"It is just here that the Higher Criticism has proved such a terror in our times. Traditionalists are crying out that it is destroying the Bible, because it is exposing their fallacies and follies. It may be regarded as the certain result of the science of the Higher Criticism that Moses did not write the Pentateuch or Job; Ezra did not write the Chronicles, Ezra, or Nehemiah; Jeremiah did not write the Kings or Lamentations; David did not write the Psalter, but only a few of the Psalms; Solomon did not write the Song of Songs or Ecclesiastes, and only a portion of the Proverbs; Isaiah did not write half of the book that bears his name."
 
The Higher Criticism of the Hexateuch by Charles Augustus Briggs 1893

The Crisis of the Churches by Leighton Parks 1922 (first 222 pages only)

The Essence of Christianity by Ludwig Feuerbach 1881

The Pentateuch in the Light of To-day: Being a Simple Introduction to the Pentateuch on the Lines of Higher Criticism by Alfred Holborn 1902

The Failure of the "higher Criticism" of the Bible by Emil Reich 1905
"The sad truth is that Higher Criticism is an act of retrograde, decadent science; an act, a method long condemned and laughed at in various other branches of historical and legal study."

An Introduction to the Literature of the Old Testament by Samuel Rolles Driver 1914

The Life of Jesus, Critically Examined by David Friedrich Strauss - 1892
Prolegomena to the History of Israel: With a Reprint of the Article Israel from the Encyclopedia Brittanica by Julius Wellhausen 1885
"Wellhausen was famous for his critical investigations into Old Testament history and the composition of the Hexateuch, the uncompromising scientific attitude he adopted in testing its problems bringing him into antagonism with the older school of biblical interpreters. He is perhaps most well-known for his Prolegomena zur Geschichte Israels of 1883 (first published 1878 as Geschichte Israels), in which he advanced a definitive formulation of the Documentary hypothesis, arguing that the Torah or Pentateuch had its origins in a redaction of four originally independent texts dating from several centuries after the time of Moses, their traditional author. Wellhausen's hypothesis remained the dominant paradigm for Pentateuchal studies until the last quarter of the 20th century, when it began to be challenged by scholars who saw more and more hands at work in the Torah, ascribing them to periods even later than Wellhausen had proposed."

The Bible & Modern Criticism by F Bettex 1911

The Bible and Modern Criticism by Sir Robert Anderson 1905

Daniel in the Critics Den - a reply to Professor Driver by Sir Robert Anderson 1902

Daniel in the Critics Den - a reply to Dean Farrar's book of Daniel by Sir Robert Anderson 1895

The Bible and Modern Criticism by Francis J Hall 1915

Modern Criticism and the Preaching of the Old Testament by George Smith 1901

Modern Criticism Considered in its Relation to the Fourth Gospel by Henry W Watkins 1890

The Witness of the Epistles - a Study in Modern Criticism by Richard J Knowling 1892

The Apostolic Age in the Light of Modern Criticism by James H Ropes 1906

The Message of Moses and Modern Higher Criticism by Francis Gigot 1915

The Septuagint Fallacy - an indictment of modern criticism by W.I. Phillips 1918

The Words of the New Testament, as altered by transmission and ascertained by Modern Criticism by William Milligan 1873

Biblical Criticism and Modern Thought by WG Jordan 1909

Outlines of the Synoptic Record being a summary of the narrative of the First Three Gospels in the light of Modern Criticism by Bernard Hugh Bosanquet 1904

The Negative Criticism and the Old Testament by Theodore Emanuel Schmauk 1894

Codex Bezae: a study of the so-called Western text of the New Testament 1891 by J. Rendel Harris

Recent developments in textual criticism by Albert C Clark 1914

The principles of textual criticism - with a list of all the known Greek uncials, and a table representing graphically the parts of the text of the New Testament contained in each by Frederic Gardiner 1876

Codex B and its Allies, A Study and An Indictment, Part 1 by HC Hoskier 1914
Codex B and its Allies, A Study and An Indictment, Part 2 by HC Hoskier 1914

Concerning the date of the Bohairic Version covering a detailed examination of the text of the Apocalypse and a review of some of the writings of the Egyptian monks 1911, by HC Hoskier 1911

Concerning the Genesis of the Versions of the New Testament, remarks suggested by the study of P and the allied questions as regards the Gospels by HC Hoskier 1910

New Testament Textual Criticism, article in Journal of theological studies, 1902

Books for New Testament study by Clyde Weber Votaw - 1905

The Revision of the New Testament, article in The Dublin Review, 1881

Textual Criticism of the New Testament for English Bible students, Being a Succint Comparison of the Authorized Versions with the Critical texts of Greisbach, Scholz, Lachmann, Tischendorf, Tregelles, alford and the Uncial Mss. by Clarence Esmé Stuart 1876

Principles of Biblical criticism by JJ Lias 1893

Origin and history of the New Testament by James Martin 1882

The New Testament Documents, their origin and early history by George Milligan 1913

The Text of the New Testament by Kirsopp Lake 1902

An Atlas of Textual Criticism by Edward Ardron Hutton 1911

Bible Problems and the New Material for their Solution by TK Cheyne 1904

Aids to Scripture Study by Frederic Gardiner 1890

Biblical Hermenutics by Milton Spenser Terry 1883

General introduction to the study of Holy Scripture by Charles A Briggs 1899

Philology of the Gospels by Friedrich Blass, 1898

Canon and text of the New Testament by Caspar Rene Gregory 1907

Discussion of the Revised Version, article in The Presbyterian review 1886

Revised English Bible according to the Authorized Version compared with the Hebrew and Greek texts and Carefully Revised 1881, arranged in Paragraphs and Sections with Supplementary Notes, References to Parallel and Illustrative Passages, and Chronological Tables

The Revised Version and Textual Criticism of the Old Testament, article in Hebraica 1886

The Revised Version and the Greek Text of the New Testament, article in The Biblical Review 1916

The Parallel New Testament Greek and English (KJV, Revised Version and Greek Text) by FHA Scrivener 1882

Textual Criticism and Scriptural Authority, article in The Homiletic review 1899

History of the Sacred Scriptures of the New Testament Volume 1 by Edward Reuss 1884
History of the Sacred Scriptures of the New Testament Volume 2 by Edward Reuss 1884

An Account of the Printed Text of the Greek New Testament with remarks on its revision upon critical principles together with a collation of the critical texts of Griesbach, Scholz, Lachmann, and Tischendorf with that in common use by Samuel Tregelles 1854

The Leading Problems of New Testament Discussion, article in The Homiletic review 1890

Literary Criticism and the New Testament By Richard John Knowling 1907

The evolution of New Testament criticism by Melancthon Williams Jacobus, 1892

A history of the textual criticism of the New Testament by Martin Vincent 1899

New Testament criticism by Dr Hodge 1880



An Introduction to the Critical Study and Knowledge of the Holy Scriptures, Volume 1 By Thomas Hartwell Horne 1835
An Introduction to the Critical Study and Knowledge of the Holy Scriptures, Volume 2 By Thomas Hartwell Horne 1835
An Introduction to the Critical Study and Knowledge of the Holy Scriptures, Volume 3 By Thomas Hartwell Horne 1835

The Historical New Testament by James Moffatt 1901

A Critical Introduction to the New Testament by Arthus S Peake 1910

History of the Sacred Scriptures of the New Testament, Volume 1 by Eduard Reuss 1884
History of the Sacred Scriptures of the New Testament, Volume 2 by Eduard Reuss 1884

A Full and exact Collation of about 20 Greek manuscripts of the Holy Gospels by FHA Scrivener 1853

A Critical and Historical Enquiry into the Origin of the 3rd Gospel by PC Sense 1901

Textual Corrections of the Common English version According to the Sinaitic and Vatican Mss 1870

A Course of Developed Criticism on Passages of the New Testament materially affected by Various Readings by TS Green 1856

On a Fresh Revision of the English New Testament by Joseph B Lightfoot 1891

The Divine Authority of the Bible by GF Wright 1884

On Holy Scripture and Criticism by HE Ryle 1904

History of New Testament criticism by FC Conybeare 1910

The Old Syriac Element in the Text of Codex Bezae by F. Henry Chase 1893

Introduction to the Textual Criticism of the Greek New Testament by Eberhard Nestle 1901

The Critical Handbook - a Guide to the Study of the Authenticity, Canon, and Text of the Greek New Testament 1880

An Introduction to the Textual Criticism of the New Testament 1886 by B.B. Warfield

Some Thoughts on the Textual Criticism of the New Testament by George Salmon 1897

The Last 12 Verses of Mark Vindicated by John W. Burgon 1871

A Guide to the Textual Criticism of the New Testament by Edward Miller 1886

The Oxford Debate on the Textual Criticism of the New Testament held at New College 1897  - William Sanday and Edward Miller

Bezae Codex Cantabrigiensis 1864 by F.H.A. Scrivener

Principles of Textual Criticism with their application to the Old and New Testaments by John Scott Porter 1848

Handbook to the Textual Criticism of the New Testament by Frederick G Kenyon 1901

American Greek Testaments- A Critical Bibliography of the Greek New Testament as published in America 1883 by Isaac Hollister Hall
Old Latin Biblical Texts 1907 by Henry White

Codex Sangallensis - A Study in the Text of the Old Latin Gospels by J. Rendel Harris 1891

An exact transcript of the Codex Augiensis. To which is added a full collation of 50 Manuscripts by F.H.A. Scrivener 1859

The Doctrine of the Greek Article: Applied to the Criticism and Illustration of the New Testament by Bishop Thomas Fanshaw Middleton 1833

Contributions to the Criticism of the Greek New Testament, being the introduction to an edition of the Codex Augiensis and fifty other manuscripts by F.H.A. Scrivener 1859

A Supplement to the Authorised English Version of the New Testament being a Critical Illustration of its more Difficult Passages from the Syriac, Latin & Earlier English Versions 1845

The Syro-Latin Text of the Gospels by F. Henry Chase 1895

A Full Collation of the Codex Sinaiticus with the Received Text of the New Testament by F.H.A. Scrivener 1864

The Causes of the Corruption of the Traditional Text of the Holy Gospels by John William Burgon 1896

A Full Inquiry in to the Original authority of the The Text 1 John 5:7 by Thomas Emlyn 1719

John Mill's Greek New Testament 1743 (poor quality)

The Traditional Text of the Holy Gospels Vindicated and Established by John William Burgon 1896

Novum Testamentum Juxta Exemplar Millianum 1813

A Textual Commentary upon the Holy Gospels largely from the use of materials, and mainly on the text, left by the late John William Burgon by Edward Miller 1899

Outlines of Textual Criticism applied to the New Testament by Charles Hammond 1884

The New Testament in the original Greek by Fenton John Anthony Hort, Brooke Foss Westcott 1898

The Greek Testament - Vol2, with various readings [&c.], prolegomena, by Henry Alford - Bible - 1877

The Greek Testament Vol. 4: With a Critically Revised Text, by Henry Alford  - 1878

The Greek Testament: with the readings adopted by the revisers of the Authorized Version 1881

The Critical English Testament - being an Adaptation of Johann Albrecht Bengel's Gnomon, with Numerous Notes, showing the precise results of Modern Criticism and Exegesis 1873 by William Blackley Volume 1
The Critical English Testament - being an Adaptation of Johann Albrecht Bengel's Gnomon, with Numerous Notes, showing the precise results of Modern Criticism and Exegesis 1873 by William Blackley Volume 2
The Critical English Testament - being an Adaptation of Johann Albrecht Bengel's Gnomon, with Numerous Notes, showing the precise results of Modern Criticism and Exegesis 1873 by William Blackley Volume 3

Tregelles Greek New Testament Volume 1 1856
Tregelles Greek New Testament Volume 2 1856
Tregelles Greek New Testament Volume 3 1856
Tregelles Greek New Testament Volume 4 1856
Tregelles Greek New Testament Volume 5,6 1856
Tregelles Greek New Testament Prolegomena

Von Soden's Greek Testament 1913

Bengel's Novi Testamenti 1850

The Expositor's Greek Testament by William Robertson Nicoll - 1903

A Companion to the Greek Testament and the English Version by Philip Schaff - 1883 - 616 pages

The New Testament Greek Text with Critical Apparatus by Eberhard Nestle 1904

A Practical Guide to the Greek Testament: Designed for Those who Have No Knowledge of Greek - 1900

Companion to the Greek Testament by Arthur Charles Barrett - Testament (New) - 1878

Collectanea evangelica: or, Selections from the Greek Testament, consisting of the 4 Gospels Arranged in Chronological Order by Nathan Covington Brooks - 1849 - 200 pages

Greek Testament studies: or, A contribution towards a revised translation of the New Testament 1870

A Key to the Greek Testament: Part the First, Comprehending the Text of the Gospel of John w/An Interlineary Translation (Hamiltonian System) 1824

The Englishman's Greek Concordance of the New Testament by George V. Wigram - 1870 - 1000 pages

Greek Testament lessons, consisting chiefly of the Sermon on the mount, and the Parables by John Hunter Smith - 1884

The Greek Testament roots in a selection of texts by George Knox Gillespie - 1858

A Critical Greek and English Concordance of the New Testament by Charles Frederic Hudson, Ezra Abbot, Thomas Sheldon Green - 1885 - 716 pages

The Critical Handbook of the Greek New Testament by Edward Cushing Mitchell - 1896 - 270 pages

The New Testament: Translated from the Greek Text of Tischendorf by Constantin von Tischendorf - 1869 - 570 pages

The Revisers and the Greek Text of the New Testament by Charles John Ellicott, Edwin Palmer  - 1882 - 78 pages

The Greek Testament with English Notes by Bible. N.T. Greek - 1837

TBS GREEK TESTAMENT, WITH ENGLISH NOTES, Uj:. CRITICAL,.PHILOLOGICAL, AND
EXEGETICAL, SELECTED AND ARRANGED FROM THE BEST COMMENTATORS, ANCIENT AND MODERN, ...

The New Testament of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ by American Bible Society - 1880 - 380 pages

The New Testament: Trnslated from the Original Greek by H. T. Anderson - 1866 - 408 pages

The Old Testament in Greek, according to the text of Codex Vaticanus by Henry St. John Thackeray, Norman McLean, Alan England Brooke 1911

Sources of New Testament Greek: Or, The Influence of the Septuagint by Harry Angus Alexander Kennedy - 1895 - 172 pages

Contributions to the Criticism of the Greek New Testament by Frederick Henry Ambrose Scrivener - 1859 - 80 pages

A Plea for the Received Greek Text: And for the Authorized Version of the New Testament by Solomon Caesar Malan - 1869

Introduction to the Study of the Gospels by Brooke Foss Westcott - 1882 - 476 pages

Essays in the History of Religious Thought in the West by Brooke Foss Westcott - 1891 - 397 pages

The gospel of the Resurrection: thoughts on its relation to reason and historyby Brooke Foss Westcott - 1869

Life and Letters of Brooke Foss Westcott, D.D., D.C.L.: Sometime Bishop of Durham by Arthur Westcott - WESTCOTT, BROOKE FOSS, BP. OF DURHAM,1825-1901 - 1903

The Gospel According to St. John: The Authorized Version by Brooke Foss Westcott - Bible - 307 pages

The Epistle to the Hebrews: The Greek Texts with Notes and Essays by Brooke Foss Westcott 1892 - 504 pages

The English Bible: History of the Translation of the Holy Scriptures
by Hannah Chaplin Conant - 1856 - 466 pages

Novum Testamentum Ad Exemplar Millianum, Cum Emenationibus Et Lectionibus ...by William Greenfield, John Mill, Jo. Jac. Griesbach 1829 - 565 pages

Novum Testamentum Graece by Constantin von Tischendorf - 1877 - 1056 pages

Novum Testamentum Graece by Johann Jakob Griesbach - 1810

He Kaine Diatheke =: Novum Testamentum textûs Stephanici A.D. 1550 by Frederick Henry Ambrose Scrivener, Robert Estienne - 1887 - 598 pages

Corrections of the copies of the New Testament portion of the Vatican ...by H Heinfetter

The Greek Testament with English Notes Volume 2 by The Rev. Edward Burton, D. D.

The words of the New Testament, as altered by transmission and ascertained by Modern Criticism by William Milligan, Alexander Roberts - 1873

A Full Account and Collation of the Greek Cursive Codex Evangelium 604 by Herman Charles Hoskier 1890

The Critical Handbook of the Greek New Testament by Edward Cushing Mitchell 1896

A harmony of the four Gospels in Greek, according to the text of Tischendorf ...by Frederic Gardiner - Bible - 1873 - 268 pages

The New Testament: Translated from Griesbach's Text by Samuel Sharpe, Jo. Jac. Griesbach - 1862 - 412 pages

Novum Testamentum Graece Volume 2 by Johann Jakob Griesbach - 1810

The Four Gospels: Translated from the Greek Text of Tischendorf by Nathanie
l Smith Folsom, Constantin von Tischendorf - 1871

The Emphatic Diaglott: Containing the Original Greek Text of Greisbach Bible - 1870

Critical notes on the authorised English version of the New Testament by Samuel Sharpe - 1856

A Monotessaron; Or, The Gospel of Jesus Christ, According to the Four ...by John S Thompson, Jo. Jac. Griesbach - 1828

The Holy Gospels: Translated from the Original Greek: the Spurious Passages ...by George William Brameld - Bible - 1863 - 138 pages

The critical Greek and English New Testament: consisting of the Greek text and Parallel English Text 1859 - 624 pages

The New Testament: Newly Tr. (from the Greek Text of Tregelles & Critically ...Rotherham 1893 - 490 pages

A History of the Textual Criticism of the New Testament by Marvin Richardson Vincent - 1899 - 185 pages

The English Revisers' Greek Text: Shown to be Unauthorized by George Whitefield Samson - Bible - 1882 - 132 pages

Novum Testamentum Graece (Greek New Testament) by Karl Lachmann - 1846

Novum Testamentum graece by Buttman - 1876

The Epistle to the Ephesians: Translated from the Greek, on the Basis of the Common English Version by American Bible Union 1857 (KJV, Revised Version and Greek Text in parallel columns with critical notes underneath)

The New Testament: Tr. from the Sinaitic Manuscript Discovered by Tischendorf by HT anderson 1918

The New Testament of the Authorized Version with various readings from three celebrated manuscripts by Tischendorf

Codex Sinaiticus Greek Manuscript in a 295 page PDF (Acrobat) file

Codex Vaticanus Greek Manuscript in a 285 page PDF (Acrobat) file

Erasmus' 1516 Greek Text with Latin Text on opposing page, 554 page PDF (Acrobat) file

Erasmus' 1522 Greek Text, 316 page PDF (Acrobat) file, WITH the Johannine Comma at 1 John 5:7.

Elzevir's Greek New Testament Textus Receptus (Received Text) 1633, 457 page PDF (Acrobat) file (about 900 original pages.

The New Testament Greek Text with Critical Apparatus by Eberhard Nestle 1904

Comes with Origen's Hexapla

ENGLISH REVISERS' GREEK TEXT SHOWN TO BE UNAUTHORIZED EXCEPT BY EGYPTIAN COPIES DISCARDED BY GREEKS AND TO BE OPPOSED TO THE HISTORIC TEXT OF ALL AGES AND CHURCHES G. W. JAMSON 1882

The Greek Testament with the Readings Adopted by the Revisers of the Authorized Version 1901

The revisers and the Greek text of the New Testament by Charles John Ellicott, Edwin Palmer 1882

The Story of the Revised New Testament, American Standard Edition by Matthew Brown Riddle 1908

The Last Twelve Verses of Mark: Their Genuineness Established By Ivan Panin 1910

Companion to the Revised Version of the New Testament, Explaining the Reasons for Changes Made by Alexander Roberts 1881

SYNOPSIS OF CRITICISMS UPON THOSE PASSAGES OF THE OLD TESTAMENT, MODERN COMMENTATORS HAVE DIFFERED FROM THE AUTHORIZED VERSION; TOGETHER WITH AN EXPLANATION OF VARIOUS DIFFICULTIES IN THE HEBREW AND ENGLISH TEXTS by Richard A. F. Barrett 1847

The Expository Value of the Revised Version by George Milligan 1917

Practical Handbook for the Study of the Bible and of Bible Literature by Michael Seisenberger 1911

The Burning of the Bibles: Defence of the Protestant Version of the Scriptures by John Dowling - 1843

Errata of the Protestant Bible: Or the Truth of the English Translations Examined by Thomas Ward - 1824

Roman Catholic and Protestant Bibles Compared by William Thomas Whitley, Gerald Hamilton Beard, Charles Benjamin Dalton - 1908

On the Authorized Version of the New Testament: In Connexion with Some Recent Proposals for its Revision by Richard Chenevix Trench - 1859 - 224 pages

The Ancestry of Our English Bible: An Account of Manuscripts, Texts by Ira Maurice Price - 1920 - 330 pages



A Plea for the Received Greek Text: And for the Authorized Version by Solomon Caesar Malan - 1869 - 212 pages

The English Bible and Our Duty with Regard to it: A Plea for Revision by Thomas Kingsmill Abbott 1871

Plus: The Revision Revised by John William Burgon, B.D. Dean of Chichester, 1883

Plus: 1 JOHN V. 7 AND LUTHER’S GERMAN BIBLE By Ezra Abbot [From the Christian Intelligencer for May 15, 1879] (.html format)

Plus: Memoir of the Controversy of the Three Heavenly Witnesses-1 John v. 7, Including Critical Notes of the Principal Writers on Both Sides of the Discussion...by Ezra Abbot (scanned in .tif and .pdf format)

Plus: What is the Best New Testament: Colwell's Apparatus

Plus: The Majority Text/Byzantine Text vs the Modern Critical Text With Another Look at the King James Version by Heinz Schmitz (html format)

Also: AN INQUIRY INTO THE INTEGRITY OF THE GREEK VULGATE OR RECEIVED TEXT OF THE NEW TESTAMENT IN WHICH THE GREEK MANUSCRIPTS ARE NEWLY CLASSED, THE INTEGRITY OF THE AUTHORIZED TEXT VINDICATED, AND THE VARIOUS READINGS TRACED TO THEIR ORIGIN. by Dr. Frederick Nolan (1784-1864)

The Comma Johanneum by Heinz Schmitz

OUR AUTHORIZED BIBLE VINDICATED by BENJAMIN G. WILKINSON, PH.D., DEAN OF THEOLOGY, JUNE, 1930 (in .txt format - works well in Wordpad)

Plus you get the following "Corrected" Versions of the Bible:
The Authorized Version with 20,000 Emendations by John Conquest 1841

The Commonly Received Version of the New Testament of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ with several hundred emendations by Spencer Houghton Cone and William H. Wyckoff

The Corrected English New Testament: A Revision of the "Authorised" Version using Nestle's Resultant Greek Text by Samuel Lloyd 1905

The New Testament - the Authorized Version Corrected by Sir Edward Clarke 1913

The New Testament for English Readers Containing the Authorized Version with Marginal Corrections of Readings and Renderings, Marginal References and a Critical and Explanatory Commentary 1868 Volume 1 by Henry Alford
The New Testament for English Readers Containing the Authorized Version with Marginal Corrections of Readings and Renderings, Marginal References and a Critical and Explanatory Commentary 1868 Volume 2 by Henry Alford
The New Testament for English Readers Containing the Authorized Version with Marginal Corrections of Readings and Renderings, Marginal References and a Critical and Explanatory Commentary 1868 Volume 3 by Henry Alford
The New Testament for English Readers Containing the Authorized Version with Marginal Corrections of Readings and Renderings, Marginal References and a Critical and Explanatory Commentary 1868 Volume 4 by Henry Alford

The New Testament of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ: the Common English version corrected by the final committee(1865) American Bible Union Version by American Baptist Publication Society

The Webster Bible (not an original scan)

The New Testament in the Common Version by Noah Webster 1839

Webster's Revision of the King James Bible was translated by Noah Webster and published in 1833. It is nearly identical to the KJV except for what Webster viewed to be corrections of the worst flaws of the text from the standpoint of an educator.

The Primitive New Testament 1745 by William Whiston - Whiston is best known for his translation of Josephus. Here he follows the KJV except where it departs from the "primitive" text.
Isaiah of Jerusalem in the authorized English version with Corrections and Notes, by Matthew Arnold 1883

THREE BIBLES - Scholarship and Inspiration Compared. An Arrangement in Parallel Columns of Prominent Passages from the King James' and Revised Versions of the Bible, as well as the Holy Scriptures, translated by Inspiration through Joseph Smith by ELDER R. ETZENHOUSER 1903 (Great section in the back on how Bible Scholars really view the Bible)

The Holy Bible, containing the Old and New Testaments now translated from Corrected texts by Benjamin Boothroyd 1853

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  1. Concerning “Q”
    THE London weekly, The Record, observes that while constant reference is made in writings respecting the various sources of the four gospels (more especially in the controversial treatment which forms so large a proportion of the modern criticism of the New Testament), it is evident that numerous readers are totally unfamiliar with the frequent allusions to the supposed document repre sented by the letter “Q.” This symbol was first employed in an interesting polemical correspondence between two learned English-speaking critics. The theory, however plausible, was purely hypothetical, and therefore these two scholars regarded the existence of the document in the primitive period of Christianity not as a historic-certainty, but as a possibility, and even a probability. Accordingly they used “Q” as a brevity for “Query.” Many, however, now very naturally assume that the sign was derived from the German term Quelle, meaning “source.” At any rate, the symbol is generally adopted for the document which is supposed to have contained those portions of the gospels of St. Matthew and St. Luke which these have in common, but which were not derived from St. Mark. ~The Homiletic Review 1912

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