Be Sincere, Answer my Question

Discussion in 'Bible Versions/Translations' started by makahiya117, Oct 2, 2013.

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  1. makahiya117

    makahiya117
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    You cannot honestly state you have “ scripture ” if you believe
    only the original manuscripts were given by inspiration of God.
    There are no original manuscripts.

    You cannot honestly say “ the bible ” or “ all bibles ”
    are given by inspiration of God. There are over 400 (Christian, Catholic, Cult)
    Greek, Syrian, Latin, German, English, French, Spanish, etc. Bibles
    which do not match in content, volume or doctrine.

    You cannot honestly say “ the Greek N.T. ” or “ all N.T. Greek Texts ”
    are given by inspiration of God. There are over 24 reconstructed
    (Christian, Catholic, Cult) Greek N.T. Texts which do not match
    in content, volume or doctrine.

    When an individual says “ the Bible ” that individual is speaking
    like a parrot or a deceiver. There are over 400 (Christian, Catholic, Cult)
    Greek, Syrian, Latin, German, English, French, Spanish, etc., Bibles
    which do not match in content, volume or doctrine.

    When an individual says “ the Greek ” , “ the original Greek ” ,
    “ the original text ” , “ the original manuscript ” , etc. ,
    that individual is speaking like a parrot or a deceiver.
    There are over 24 reconstructed (Christian, Catholic, Cult) Greek N.T. Texts
    which do not match in content, volume or doctrine.


    What are you calling scripture given by inspiration of God ?

    Explain to me how a reconstructed N.T. Greek Text is infallible

    or how an English translation is scripture given by inspiration of God.
     
  2. NaasPreacher (C4K)

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    More spam. Please stop posting the same things over over.
     
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