Category Archives: Diatessaron

80 Was Grace removed from Luke 9:55-56?

80 Was Grace translated out of Luke 9:55-56? In Luke 9:53-56 we find an incident where it might seem as though the modern versions of the Bible have removed grace for the Samaritans. But when a version is so commonly … Continue reading

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68 Mary, blessed among women.

Maria, Luke 1:28 During the Christmas season I like to look at some difference observed in the history of the birth of our Lord Jesus the Christ. This specific difference is not that important, but it could have played an … Continue reading

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37 Forgiveness. Mark 11:26

37 Forgiveness. Mark 11:26 But if ye do not forgive, neither will your Father which is in heaven forgive your trespasses. Another verse completely absent in most modern translations calls for our attention. This is such an important statement by … Continue reading

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36 Description of the Hell; Mark 9:43-44

36 Description of the Hell. In the King James Translation Mark 9:43-44 we read: “And if thy hand offend thee, cut it off: it is better for thee to enter into life maimed, than having two hands to go into … Continue reading

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32 End of the Lord’s Prayer; Matthew 6:13

32 End of the Lord’s Prayer In most of the modern versions of the Bible, the doxology at the end of the “Lord’s Prayer” as recorded by Matthew, is omitted or printed in the margin. This doxology also does not … Continue reading

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