- Codex B & Its Allies Vol 1 & 2
- Concerning the Text of the Apocalypse
- The Original Ending of Mark
- An Exact Transcript of the Codex Augiensis by F.H. Scrivener
- The Revision Revised
- The Traditional Text of the Holy Gospels
- The Causes of Corruption of the Traditional Text
- The Last Twelve Verses of Mark
- The Majority Text: Essays and Reviews in the Continuing Debate
- The Revised Version of the First Three Gospels by F.C. Cook
- Identity of the New Testament Text IV
- Inspiration and Interpretation
- JCR v12n02 Symposium on the Biblical Text
- The Oxford Debate on the Textual Criticism of the New Testament
- Supplement to an Inquiry into the Integrity of the Greek Vulgate
Western Text Type
Fragments of manuscripts can be traced back to 2nd-3rd century AD and in many quotations from early Church writers. Mostly found in Western parts of Europe, etc.
Most Church quotations from the 100-300 time period match the Greek Western Text Type, not the Byzantine Text Type the Textus Receptus was based on. A minority match the Alexandrian Type, with little to no support in early Church writings for exclusively Byzantine readings.
Cesarean Text Type
Much the same as the Western Text Type, with some Byzantine influence. Mostly found in the mid-east. Some argue that the Western and Cesarean should be considered the same Text Type.
Alexandrian Text Type
Fragments of mss can be traced back to 2nd-3rd century AD, and in quotations from Origen. Mostly found in North Africa and so called because they fit the pattern found in Alexandria Egypt.
Byzantine Text Type
Earliest manuscripts of this Text Type are from about the 5th century AD, but quotations from early Church writers trace this back to about the 4th century AD.