Rev. Frederick Henry Ambrose Scrivener (1813-1891), a renowned English cleric and writer, was a member of the English New Testament Revision Commitee, the group that produced the Revised Version of the Bible, which, as its name implies, is a revised edition of the King James' version. He advocated the Textus Receptus, that is, the Received Text or first Greek printed versions of the New Testament, as the primary sources for the translation of the New Testament over more contemporary versions. Now, Biblemaximum offers this important book as an add-in for their BibleMax software. You can use it for studying or comparison purposes, also taking advantage of all the BibleMax features for the Bible modules, like commentaries and references. For example, you can access the commentary or reference pertaining to any given verse of the Bible by simply clicking on the hyperlinks at the right of the verse. The corresponding text would appear automatically in the References or Commentaries window at far right. Don't forget to download and install BibleMax core software before running this and any other modules.
- Free, historically important
- It only works with BibleMax software