Each of us are probably aware of the fact that earlier MSS have had great impact on newer versions. Footnotes in most newer versions state how some MSS "did not contain this" (earlier MSS did not...) &c. The KJV'ers have taken issue with this, claiming that words have been taken out of the Bible, and proponents of newer MSS and versions state that the KJV added things to Scriptures due to faulty MSS. (I struggled with this, coming from IFB and KJV being my "choice" of Bible, but have since accepted these things.) I know, some will see this as apostasy or apostatizing. That's not the point of this thread. But... What if even older MSS were found? What if these were very close to original autographs (contemporaniously) and some were even thought to be original and did not contain much of the Scriptures we have today. Nor did they mention the resurrection, in the Gospel accounts, nor in the Epistles...nor the Second Coming...and many other essential to the faith doctrines, and in turn turned the Bible believing world upside-down, to the joy of liberal, non Bible believing scholars and "ministers" and to the over-throwing of the faith of many. What would you do?