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the collection of books of the Gospels, Acts of the Apostles, the Pauline and other epistles, and Revelation

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Thus, on the positive side, the recurrent Trinitarian arguments over the now-you-can-read-it-now-you-can't proof text, 1 John 5:7, is interestingly traced from Erasmus's omission (1516) and later restoration (1522) of the former in his establishment of the Greek New Testament text, to Isaac Newton's consideration of the same issue in his 1690 correspondence with John Locke and, finally, to Richard Bentley's consideration of the same problem in undertaking a new establishment of the Greek New Testament in the 1710s.
But he concludes that despite these shortcomings, what Erasmus published "was for the most part a recognisably ancient form of Greek New Testament text, which provided a justification for the new Latin translation which accompanied it" (9).
15] Surely the speaker recalls words from Paraclesis, the introduction to Erasmus's Greek New Testament, which advocate the setting of scriptural texts to popular tunes: "Would that, as a result, the farmer sing some portion of them at the plow" (101).
It was through Erasmus's Greek New Testament, his paraphrases of Matthew and Acts, and his Annotations, introduced to them initially by Zwingli in Zurich.
Richard Whitaker gives a helpful survey of "Concordances and the Greek New Testament.
He published works of classical authors and in 1521 produced an edition of the Greek New Testament which was a straightforward imitation of Erasmus, with whom he was in correspondence.
Although there is no direct quotation of the Wisdom of Solomon in the New Testament, the Nestle-Aland edition of the Greek New Testament lists over 100 possible allusions to it.
With a translation of an oration of Isocrates to demonstrate his ability, he sought the support of Bishop Cuthbert Tunstall for the work of rendering the Greek New Testament into English.
It is designed primarily for classroom study, but he includes tools for people who sincerely wished to learn to read a Greek New Testament intelligently but do not have access to a class.