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“Is not my word like as a fire? saith the Lord; and like a hammer that breaketh the rock in pieces?” – Jeremiah 23:29 –
Continue reading “Conclusions on the Bible, Part 1”
Considering the nature of our world today and how sensitive society has become, it should come as no surprise that efforts have been made to produce Bible translations that go out of their way to avoid confrontation, the marginalization of various peoples, and just plain ol’ hurt feelings…
Continue reading “Corrupting the Sacred, Part 2”
Reasonable translations aside, there are a few that are without a doubt absolutely corrupt and should not be trusted! In many cases these versions are spawned by particular denominations, cults, and societies based around naturalistic interpretations of the Scriptures. While some are well known, others are less than obvious, and new corruptions come – it seems – with each passing year.
Continue reading “Corrupting the Sacred, Part 1”
As last week’s post demonstrated, even with just that small sampling, much has been changed in the modern Bibles, and the wording of what remains is oftentimes less clear or misleading. What’s more is that not only are wording changes prevalent, but also whole phrases, verses, and entire passages are removed from many of the modern Bibles…
Continue reading “Oh, How Things Have Changed!”
Though many may dismiss the degree of doctrinal discrepancies between the King James and newer, easier-to-read translations, I believe that some critical details have been lost between the two which may impact one’s understanding of what the Scriptures actually mean to convey…
Continue reading “Editing the Inspired Word, Part 2”
Returning to Westcott & Hort, through their work ultimately found favor amongst a great many scholars, we mustn’t forget that their translation was dependent on apparently faulty and corrupted manuscripts.
Continue reading “Editing the Inspired Word, Part 1”