Jesus and the woman caught in adultery is a passage (pericope) found in the Gospel of John 7:53–8:11, which has been the subject of much scholarly discussion.
Papyrus 3 is designated by the sign P3 in the numbering Gregory-Aland. It is a small fragment of fifteen verses from the Gospel of Luke (Luke 7:36-45; 10:38-42) dating to the 4th century.
Some who do not support the orthodox Trinity doctrine would argue that this full baptismal formula was not in the original text of Matthew, that it was a later addition.
In his Sermon on the Mount under different forms of worship, he began with a strong rebuke of about not being showy or pretentious in one’s display of oneself in our worship of God. He then used such examples of how to give, how to pray, and how to fast. One textual variant [error] was added three times.
In Matthew 6:1a variant unit, there are two different variant readings and in Matthew 6:1b variant unit, there is one variant reading. And there is a nomen sacrum.
If we have the original words, we, in essence, have the original and; therefore, do not need the original documents.