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147 The Muratorian Fragment

The Muratorian Fragment and early canon. This post is copied and posted with permission from Alisa Childers’ blog. (http://www.alisachilders.com) Do visit her blog and read firsthand what this fine apologetic is doing. This is what she had to say: Why … Continue reading

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146 ghost

146 Give up the ghost, John 19:30 This post is mainly taken from Tim Challies (www.challies.com). Sometimes we use an expression without thinking of where it comes from, or what its deeper meaning or implications might be.

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144 Do Manuscripts of Q Still Exist?

Originally posted on Daniel B. Wallace:
A favorite argument against the existence of Q is simply that no manuscripts of Q have ever been discovered. No more than this bare assertion is usually made. But a little probing shows that…

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142 Janus 1John 3;19

Prof. Bill Mounce (http://zondervanacademic.com/blog/whats-a-janus-1-john-319-mondays-with-mounce/) acquainted me to another interesting concept in the New Testament. He writes: “Every once in a while we come across a phrase that can either look back to the previous or forward to the next. Sometimes … Continue reading

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140 Signs of the Beginning of Sorrows Mark 13:8

Can you believe that on the last word of a sentence there could be no less than nine variations? That is the situation with Mark 13:8! How would one discern which could represent the original? Only one can be in … Continue reading

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132 New Testament Textual Sources

Originally posted on beliefspeak2:
http://csntm.org/Blog/Archive/2016/1/26/NewManuscriptDiscoveriesAthens

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130 Polyglot

130 The Polyglot of Ximines In a previous post I referred to the polyglot (many languages) of cardinal Ximines of Spain. This post is derived from an article by Dan Graves published in “This week in Christian History”. Dan Graves, … Continue reading

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