I have been doing a lot of reading of books from the 1700s and 1800s on google books, and I came across a claim that there are 6 different variants in Acts 20:28. (Sorry, don't remember exactly where I saw this.) I know what 3 of them are, but what are the other 3?
"...feed the church of God, which he hath purchased with his own blood."
"...feed the church of the Lord, which he hath purchased with his own blood."
"...feed the church of the Lord and God, which he hath purchased with his own blood." (I know this is the Majority Text reading, despite being the most obviously inauthentic)
Aside from just listing the other 3 variants, maybe some information about number of manuscripts would be nice. Unfortunately this isn't something you can just look up in a standard Nestle-Aland text, since they didn't consider any variant worth listing apparently. I guess you'd need a Critica Maior edition, or some older critical text that had a fuller apparatus, maybe on of Tischendorf's.
Also, on what basis has "God" been chosen as the best reading?