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Discussion in 'Bible Versions & Translations' started by Yeshua1, Dec 31, 2020.

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  1. JonC

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    Are you now saying they contributed to what was written???!!!!
     
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    That is what I said you said.

    Problem is this is a strange and new interpretation of Christ's words.
     
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    No , I am just saying that the Holy Spirit allowed each one to express it down as they chose to, and that he made surr was exactly right!
     
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    Not at all, as many point towards Jesus saying that the Holy Spirit would be in them and bring to their remembering all things as proof of their inspiration!
     
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    Name one scholarly source which interprets Jesus as considering inspired Scripture to be the future canon.
     
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    Inconsistent. Either God or the human writers chose those words. Make up your mind. Who framed the revelation of God into the words expressing those revelations?
     
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    What other books can be except those inspired by the Holy Spirit?
     
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    Did God or sinners place Jesus upon that Cross?
     
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    The answer to the original question is a definite no, because that would be double inspiration. God didn't inspire translations, he only inspired the authors of Biblical Writ. To say otherwise is heterodox. That being said, I'm a majority text advocate myself. But I hold to that loosely because I am not a trained textual critic, and I know enough to know that I don't know that much.
     
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    God, because God the Son willingly went to the cross.
     
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    MT as in the Bzt text?
     
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    Yes, and there is also the truth that God used sinners to do what they desired to kill Him off!
     
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    Yes, the Majority Text is the Byzantine tradition, or some call in the Antiochian Text. I use that text because it seems to me that the churches stewardship of the Majority Text seems to have been dominant until the 20th century. Though I prefer the NKJV over the KJV because if has different readings in the margin, so it seems to me the best of both worlds. Having said that, I don't discount the NASB. I'm not TR, or MT only by any means.
     
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    Sounds like we agree, as while I [refer CT and modern translations off it, do also like the Nkjv and the Kjv!
     
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