Tag Archives: New Testament

Modern translations are based upon a corrupt critical text

Modern English translations of the New Testament are based upon a corrupt critical text and should be rejected. The modern critical text of the Greek New Testament (GNT), upon which all modern English translations are based, presupposes the general (universal) … Continue reading

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Why James White calls people who defend the Textus Receptus “traditionalists”

E. F. Hills has said: “The defense of the Textus Receptus, therefore, is a necessary part of the defense of Protestantism.” Mark Noll has described those who would defend the Textus Receptus as “critical anti-critics” and those who would defend … Continue reading

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White & Kruger’s inconsistency on Scripture

  In the video, White says “The canon is a theological thing first and foremost. If we start from a historical perspective we can only go so far… we’re never going to get to what we believe the canon actually … Continue reading

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James Snapp snaps at Confessional Bibliology

“It is equally undisputed that in the 16th or 17th century (and for that matter well into the 18th century) anyone with a Greek New Testament would have had a copy of the Textus Receptus… Naturally the texts of these … Continue reading

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Confusion regarding the canonical text

A biblical canon or canon of scripture is a set of texts (or ‘books’) which a particular religious community regards as authoritative scripture. The English word “canon” comes from the Greek κανών, meaning ‘rule’ or ‘measuring stick’. (source) A recent video presentation … Continue reading

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“Who can say exactly what in the Bible pertains to doctrine?”

Here are two (2) good questions to ask those who say the removal of certain words and passages from the New Testament, due to the influence of modern textual criticism upon modern English translations, has never affected doctrine: “Who can … Continue reading

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Review: Nuevo Testamento Bilingue RVR 1960/KJV

Nuevo Testamento Bilingue RVR 1960/KJV, Enc. Rustica, Vino (RVR 1960/KJV Bilingual New Testament, Softcover, Burgundy) $5.99 – https://www.christianbook.com/nuevo-testamento-bilingue-rvr-kjv-rustica/9780834002197/pd/002192 I’ve been needing a Spanish/English New Testament and they’re not easy to find. My local Christian bookstore (LifeWay) has a wall of Spanish … Continue reading

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