Mark Lightman wrote:The Triniterian Bible Society publishes a nice "calf skin" (read fake leather) edition of the Textus Receptus.
This message recycles a post from November, 2010. I'm thinking that there may be some new forum members who would value it.
After visiting Greece recently, I arranged to import some shirt-pocket-sized Greek NTs and also some slightly larger, but still vest-pocket sized. These are smaller than anything I'm aware has been for sale in the U.S. for a good many years. The small one, by the way, is not for the visually challenged, but the excellent clarity of its type renders it highly adequate for the great majority of readers.
The Campus Store at Bob Jones University has these GNTs available on its website. Availability is limited, and whether these will become a regular stock item has not yet been determined. As a matter of disclosure, I am not a BJU Bookstore employee, nor do I personally profit to any significant extent from the sale of these Greek NTs. I have troubled myself over these Greek NTs as a matter of service to those who desire a very small print copy of the volume we love and have hitherto been unable to find one.
The web site is http://www.bjucampusstore.com/ePOS?t...total_count=19
The text is the Patriarchal Text of 1904 as used in Greek Orthodoxy, a Byzantine-type text drawn from the manuscripts at Mount Athos. BibleWorks users, by the way, will find this text available within the program as the GOC version.
Blessings in Christ! (Acts 3:26),
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