Excerpt from The Epistle to the Romans, in Greek: In Which the Text of Robert Stephens, Third Edition, Is Compared With the Texts of the Elzevirs, Lachmann, Alford, Tregelles, Tischendorf, and Westcott, and With the Chief Uncial and Cursive Manuscripts
I. It is hoped that it may serve as an introduction to the study of the textual and grammatical criticism of the New Testament in the original Greek. The materials which are here placed in a condensed form before the student may help to foster a love for this Very interesting and important department of study, and lead him to seek for those more voluminous and exhaustive works which are now placed within his reach.
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