Textus Receptus Bibles

What is the Textus Receptus?

Textus Receptus is the name given to a series of Greek texts of the Bible New Testament printed between 1500 and 1900. The Textus Receptus has the Byzantine text‑type. find out more

Greek Editions of Textus Receptus

A full list of editions from 1500-1900:
Erasmus 1516, Stephanus 1550, Beza 1598, Scrivener 1894... and more

English Translations of the Textus Receptus

From Tyndale Bible, Bishops Bible and Geneva Bible to the King James Bible... and more

The History of the Textus Receptus

There is a great deal of misinformation regarding the origins of the Textus Receptus... find out more

Variations Between Textus Receptus and the King James Bible

A complete list of differences between the text of the King James version and the texts of the Textus Receptus... read more

Textus Receptus MSS

Historical Bibles & MSS

Differences Between the Textus Receptus and NA/UBS Text

Important Differences between the Textus Receptus and the Nestle‑Aland/United Bible Society text... read more