Anderson's famous yet rare English translation (1866) of the 3rd to 4th century Codex Sinaiticus Greek New Testament, thought by scholars to be the earliest complete New Testament in existence. THIS IS NOT A SCANNED OR FACSIMILE EDITION. It is published in easy-to-read Georgia font with 2 points between verses with Anderson's original notes. Also find public domain versions of the last three books of the Sinaiticus: the Epistle of Barnabas, Shepherd of Hermas, and the Teaching of the Twelve (aka Didache). Finally, we add the Sonnini Manuscript (Acts 29, "Paul in Britain"). Please check out my new translations of "Barnabas," "Didache," and "The Odes of Solomon" at Apostolia.us.
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