The Byzantine Greek New Testament (BGNT) “is a new edition of the Greek New Testament. The base text is made from the consensus readings of the Byzantine Kr or family 35 text form.”
This Greek New Testament is the authorized 1904 text of the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople. The Patriarchal text has been made available courtesy of the Greek Bible society and was digitized in XML in cooperation with the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese Department of Internet Ministries, the Greek Bible Society and the American Bible Society IT Department's OSIS project.
The NA28 is the standard Greek New Testament used for academic work, published by Deutsche Bibelgesellschaft (the German Bible Society), edited by the Institut für neutestamentliche Textforschung (Institute for New Testament Textual Research - INTF). The text is intended for use by textual critics and other scholars and so includes the relevant variants for that purpose.
“The New Testament in the Original Greek was published in 1881. It is also known as the Westcott and Hort text, after its editors Brooke Foss Westcott (1825–1901) and Fenton John Anthony Hort (1828–1892). It is a critical text, compiled from some of the oldest New Testament fragments and texts that had been discovered at the time.”
This page contains a single PDF containing the entirety of the Greek Text as found in Robinson-Pierpont's The New Testament in the Original Greek: Byzantine Textform (2005). “The present Byzantine/Majority Text was jointly edited and refined by Maurice A. Robinson and William G. Pierpont during the period 1976-1991. The primary textual apparatuses utilized in the preparation of this edition were those of Hermann Freiherr von Soden and Herman C. Hoskier.”
The SBLGNT “is edited by Michael W. Holmes, who utilized a wide range of printed editions, all the major critical apparatuses, and the latest technical resources and manuscript discoveries as he established the text. The result is a critically edited text that differs from the Nestle-Aland/United Bible Societies text in more than 540 variation units.”
This text belonged to the first generation of critical texts that departed from the Textus Receptus as printed in the previous 350 years. Tregelles produced a critical text with a complete apparatus for the whole of the New Testament, emphasizing the most ancient evidence, a one-man effort only repeated by Tischendorf. TNT contains a transcription of the Greek text exactly as printed, whereas TNT2 is a corrected edition in which many of the print and accentual errors have been removed.
Tyndale House is working on an electronic edition of the Greek New Testament and other original language tools that will be available for students on this site. Theirs will be a revised text based on Tregelles’s Greek New Testament. Dirk Jongkind is the primary editor of this revision, with Dr. Peter Head and Dr. Peter Williams forming the editorial committee.
This website allows readers access to the fourth edition of the United Bible Society's Greek New Testament (UBSGNT) online. “The UBS Greek New Testament is the most reliable and respected Greek edition of the New Testament. It is published by the German Bible Society—a member of the United Bible Societies.”