The publication of Erasmus's New Testament was a landmark in the critical study of Scripture and was the epitome of Erasmus's desire for a return to the uncorrupted text of the Christian Faith. Its production and legacy illuminate the intellectual climate of Western Europe and the growth of a new type of Biblical scholarship. The edition consisted of the original Greek text and a new translation into classical Latin arranged in parallel columns, and crucially included Erasmus's interpretative Annotations on the text.

Matthew

Mark


Luke


John


Romans


I Corinthians


II Corinthians


Galatians

Ephesians


Philippians

Colossians


I Thessalonians

II Thessalonians


I Timothy


II Timothy


Titus


Philemon


Hebrews


Acts

James


I Peter


II Peter


I, II & III John

Jude

Revelation


Introduction

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