The present edition of The Jehovah's Witnesses' New Testament embodies all the earlier text except for the correction of typographical errors noted by the author and readers. The Jehovah's Witnesses' New Testament. How accurate is the Jehovah's Witnesses' New World Translation? Is it the honest, reasonable, consistent, modern, unbiased, and scholarly translation it claims to be? What about its renderings to the effect that Jesus was merely a god, or its frequent interpolation of the name "Jehovah" into the New Testament, or its claim that the Hebrew tetragrammaton was used in the original Septuagint? These and other questions related to the Greek text and its translation receive careful and thorough analysis in these pages. Writes Dr. John H. Skilton, "This well-organized, clear treatment of the Jehovah's Witnesses' version of the New Testament will give to laymen and scholars alike information indispensable for evaluating the claims that have been made for it."