The Battle Between AOCism and Reaganism

This author actually follows the current affairs and politics all day, seven days a week as he works online. Andrews watches Fox News predominately but he also watches the liberal news like MSNBC and CNN to see what the other side is saying. I read liberal sites like Huffington Post as well as the conservative... Continue Reading →

Where Did Matthew 23:14 Go?

This verse was taken from Mark 12:40 or Luke 20:47 and inserted before verse 13 of Matthew Chapter 24 in the Majority Text (W 0102 0107 it syrh,p) but after verse 13 in the Textus Receptus (f13 it syrc).

Ancient Scribes and the Word of God

The 39 books of the Hebrew Scriptures by some 33+ authors running from Genesis to Malachi were completed about 440 BCE.[1] After the seventy years of exile in Babylon, there was a school of copyists or scribes (Sopherim) that were developed. Ezra wrote, “this Ezra went up from Babylon. And he was a ready scribe... Continue Reading →

Why Do We Not Need the Original Bible Manuscripts?

There was something different about this library of sixty-six books that had been penned over a 1600 year period. The authors came from every walk of life from lowly fishermen and shepherds to a military general, a physician, a tax collector, kings, and the like. These 40+ men were moved along by the Holy Spirit so that what they produced was not theirs alone but belong to one author, the Creator of all things, God himself.

Were Distinctively Byzantine Readings In the Early Papyri New Testament Manuscripts?

The King-James-Version-Only advocates are John William Burgon (1813–1888) and Edward Miller (1825–1901), both authoring The Causes of the Corruption of the Traditional Text of the Holy Gospels (1896) and The Traditional Text of the Holy Gospels Vindicated and Established (1896). Edward Miller alone authored A Guide to the Textual Criticism of the New Testament (1886). Miller was the... Continue Reading →

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