Today more than 5500 manuscripts of the Greek New Testament are known. Between them, they contain a great number of textual variations. We cannot expect to find the “original text” of a New Testament writing in any one manuscript.
All known manuscripts have been recorded and catalogued by the INTF which owns microfilms or photos of more than 90% of them. A digitisation of the holdings and new digital colour images of the most important texts are due to follow. Even if new manuscripts still continue to be found the work of collecting the material has essentially been accomplished, primarily in the course of the manuscript research travels of the INTF staff.
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