Category Archives: First Printed Greek Text

71. Is the Textus Receptus infallible? (Rev.17:8)

71 Is the Textus Receptus infallible? Revelation 17:8. Translators of the Bible have the responsibility to present to the reader a translation that is understandable and that makes sense. In one case this is the reason that we would read … Continue reading

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66 Luke’s unique writing style, Acts 28:29

Luke’s unique writing style Acts 28:29 In older versions of the Bible that were translated from the Textus Receptus as source text for the New Testament, like the King James Version, we find a verse 29: KJV: “And when he had … Continue reading

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25. Antique Translations.

Antique translations. Many of the first Christians were not Greek, or did not have sufficient knowledge of Greek to be confident in using the Greek New Testament scriptures only. Consequently as early as the second and third centuries the documents … Continue reading

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22. The Printed Greek Text.

22. The Printed Greek Text. After the invention of printing by Johannes Gutenberg (1398 – 1468) around 1439, one of his first projects was the printing of a magnificent edition of the Latin Vulgate during 1450 to 1456. At least … Continue reading

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