● 6:2: B adds οι before πολλοι
● 6:17: B* omits την γυναικα
● 1:37: B* reads οτι ουκ αδυνατήσει twice.
● 2:19: B omits ταυτα after ρηματα
There are over 1,000 significant differences between the Byzantine Text and the Textus Receptus. Both the Byzantine Text and the Textus Receptus usually are supported by the majority of Greek manuscripts at points in Matthew-Jude where they disagree with the Nestle-Aland compilation, but the Textus Receptus has some readings which are only supported by a small number of Greek manuscripts (and in a few cases, by none). A professor who continues to describe the Byzantine Text as if it is one and the same as the Textus Receptus, over a decade after the release of the Robinson-Pierpont Byzantine Textform, might be vulnerable to the charge of intentionally confusing and misleading his audience.
Readers are invited to check the data in this post.