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The Watchtower's New World Translation of the Bible

There are many bible translations but none that contradict each other except for the New World Translation.  This translation translates words and ideas differently causing conflict with the other translations.  3,303 more words

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Manuscripts of The Bible and Textual Criticism

The Bible is a collection of ancient manuscripts of the original texts passed down through history.  Scholars gather, compile, translate, research and compare all discovered manuscripts and support texts to determine the original biblical texts.  4,165 more words

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The Watchtower's New World Translation of the Bible

There are many bible translations but none that contradict each other except for the New World Translation.  This translation translates words and ideas differently causing conflict with the other translations.  3,303 more words

Apologetics

Michael Wolter on Jesus's ἀγωνία in Luke 22.44

After two years of very hard and very rewarding labor, I am particularly pleased that both volumes of my co-translation (with Christoph Heilig) of… 1,400 more words

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Scripture: Has Anything Really Been Lost in Translation?

One of the studies that fascinated me the most while I was completing my work in Biblical Hermeneutics was the study of textual criticism. I will share some of my thoughts and academic writings about it today in this post. 535 more words

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Textus Obsoletus

The Textus Receptus is a printed Greek text. It’s a product of textual criticism, and (depending on which version you prefer) generally dates from the early 16th – mid 17th century. 670 more words

Textual Criticism

Criticism Without Creation

I have to hand it to atheist and agnostic wannabe scholars. They have snowed many people into thinking that suggestions and criticism of the Bible demonstrate that the Bible is untrustworthy. 344 more words