Preservationist Textual Criticism

PTC is the view that God’s word has been kept pure in all ages by God’s providential preservation.  (WCF/2LBCF 1.8) It rejects Restorationist Textual Criticism and its rationalism along with its naturalistic methods.  And it can be simply expressed as, only Scripture can attest to what is Scripture.

Stand-Alone Books

Theopneusty or the Plenary Inspiration of Holy ScripturesOn the Right Estimation of Manuscript Evidence in the New TestamentWhich Version?Erasmus and the Comma JohanneumConcerning the Text of the ApocalypseCodex B & Its Allies Vol 1 & 2

Series: Canon

The Canon of Holy ScriptureA Scholastical History of the CanonCanon of Holy Scripture in Two Parts

Series: Doctrine of Scripture

The Inspiration of ScriptureLOGOS AUTOPISTOS, OR, SCRIPTURES SELF-EVIDENCE BY THOMAS FORDTreatise of the Holy Scriptures by John JewelThe Believing Bible StudyPPRD Vol 2 - The Holy ScripturesClavis Bibliorum: The Key of the BibleDiodati's Pious Annotations On The Holy BibleThe Authenticity & Inspiration of the Holy ScripturesUssher's Body of DivinityTruth's Victory Over ErrorA Treatise of Divinity by Edward LeighRichard Capel's RemainsEarly Manuscripts, Church Fathers, & the Authorized VersionConcerning the Principium of Theology, or Holy ScriptureὉδηγος Τυφλος, the Blind Guide, or the Doting DoctorThe Plain Mans Senses Exercised

Series: Greek New Testaments

An Exact Transcript of Codex Augiensis by ScrivenerStephanus' 1550 Greek New TestamentColines 1534 Greek New TestamentErasmus' 1516 Greek New Testament

Series: Hebrew Language

Hebrew and Talmudical Exercitations

Series: Majority Text

The Majority Text: Essays and Reviews in the Continuing DebateThe Identity of the New Testament Text IV

Series: Providential Preservation

Has the Bible Been Kept Pure?A History Over the Debate of 1 John 5:7,8The Ecclesiastical TextIn Defense of the Authenticity of 1 John 5:7The Church & The BibleThou Shalt Keep ThemHebrew and Talmudical ExercitationsEncouragements to a ReformationThe Answer to the preface of the Rhemish TestamentConfutation of the Rhemist TestamentJCR Vol. 12 No. 02: Symposium on the Biblical Text and Literature

Series: Reformation History

Church History: An Introduction to Research Methods & ResourcesThe Jesuit Conspiracy

Series: Textual Criticism

Literary Forgeries

Series: The Authentic Text

The American Church ReviewThe three witnesses, the disputed text in st. JohnA Critical Dissertation Upon the 7th Verse of the 5th Chapter of St. John's First EpistleReply to a Vindication of the Literary Character of Professor Porson, by Crito CantabrigiensisIn Defense of the Authenticity of 1 John 5:7Francis Turretin's Disputatio TheologicaThe Genuineness of the Text of 1 John 5:7A New PleaLetters to Edward Gibbon by George TravisThe British Critic, Vol IV, 1794The British MagazineNew criticisms on the celebrated text, I Jn5:7JCR: Vol. 12, No. 02In Further Proof of the Authenticity of 1 Jn 5v7Pious Annotations Upon the Holy BibleThe printed Hebrew text of the OT vindicatedA Treatise of the Corruption of Scripture by RomeDivine Authority of the New TestamentA Scholastical History of the CanonExercitations DivineR.L. Dabney's DiscussionsRevised Version of the 1st 3 Gospels Considered13 Sermons concerning the Doctrine of the TrinityA Vindication of 1 John, v. 7Further Proof of the Authenticity of 1 John, v. 7An Introduction to the Controversy on the Disputed Verse of St. JohnThe Divine TriunityWilliam Twisse's The Scripture's SufficiencySelect Works of Robert Rollock Vols 1 & 2On Holy Scriptures from Elenctic Theology Vol 1to 3From Sacred Text to Religious TextDisputations on Holy ScriptureThe King James Version Defended

Series: Traditional Text

The Canon of Holy ScriptureThe King James Version DefendedThe Traditional Text of the Holy GospelsThe Causes of Corruption of the Traditional TextThe Last Twelve Verses of MarkThe Revision Revised

Series: Translations

English Bible Translations: By What Standard?God's Secretaries: The Making of the King James BiblThree Modern VersionsThe Revised Version of the 1st Three GospelsThe Translators RevivedTranslating for King James