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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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How shall we respond to modern critical scholarship?

“In England and Scotland the same range of responses was present as in the United States—some welcomed German [critical] views as a means of escaping from traditional conceptions of Christianity, others sought to appropriate the new views within an older … Continue reading

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