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Question 1: The ________, exemplified in the codex Ephraemi, exhibits a polished Greek style.
Codex AlexandrinusByzantine text-typeCodex VaticanusAlexandrian text-type

Question 2: The ________ is much older, but tends to paraphrase, so according to them also lacks dependability.
Byzantine text-typeCodex SinaiticusWestern text-typeAlexandrian text-type

Question 3: They also believed that the combination of ________ with the Old Latin and the Old Syriac represents the original form of the New Testament text, especially when it is shorter than other forms of the tradition.
Minuscule 33Codex SinaiticusCodex BezaeCodex Vaticanus

Question 4: According to ________, "the general validity of their critical principles and procedures is widely acknowledged by scholars today."[5] In 1981 Metzger said:
BibleBruce M. MetzgerJesusNew Testament

Question 5: It is also known as the Westcott and Hort text, after its editors ________ (1825–1901) and Fenton John Anthony Hort (1828–1892).
Richard NeileRichard FoxeJoseph Barber LightfootBrooke Foss Westcott

Question 6: The New Testament in the Original Greek is the name of a Greek language version of the ________ published in 1881.
GospelJesusBiblical canonNew Testament

Question 7: The most recent is Syrian, or ________, of which the newest example (thus from the critical text view less reliable) is the Textus Receptus.
Byzantine text-typeCodex AlexandrinusJesus and the woman taken in adulteryFamily Kx







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