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The Bible in Translation: Ancient and English Versions is an elaborate overview of the bible starting with the Greek manuscript the Septuagint all the way to the new modern bibles. In Bruce Metzger’s Book, he gives an outlined history into … Continue reading
On several occasion I usually get some version of the two following Question and all these questions are really not about the existence of (any generic) God, but Why I don’t ultimately believe in the Christian God.: What is the … Continue reading
Bible Difficulty #10 Could the Apostle John & Peter read and write? Were they illiterate? Most conservative evangelicals hold to the traditional view that both Apostle John and Apostle Peter were the original authors of their epistle, but historical and … Continue reading
I thought this would be a great time to do a Milestone Post, considering I have just passed 20,000 views, and just published over 100 blog posts and have gathered a following of just over 100 followers, and over 1,500 … Continue reading
Bible Difficulty #9 There are well over 5000 NT manuscripts. In many languages, but mostly in Greek and Latin. And the earliest of Manuscripts are in Greek. However, not one is in the natural language of Jesus and his disciples….Hebrew/Aramaic. … Continue reading