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The Septuagint Vs. the Masoretic Text, Part IV :: By Randy Nettles

The Septuagint Vs. the Masoretic Text, Part IV :: By Randy Nettles

Most historians believe the Hebrew Pentateuch was translated into the Greek language in approximately 250 BC, and thus, the Septuagint or LXX was born. However, there is no solid proof of a pre-Christian LXX. What is usually referred to as the LXX today is nothing more than compilations of the oldest known manuscripts (in Greek) […]

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The Septuagint vs. The Masoretic Text, Part III :: By Randy Nettles

The Septuagint vs. The Masoretic Text, Part III :: By Randy Nettles

THE CASE FOR THE MASORETIC TEXT The Masoretic text (MT) is the basis for most English translations of the Old Testament today and is regarded as the best-preserved text of the Hebrew Bible. Yet the oldest extant manuscript is dated to around AD 900, and we cannot simply assume that its genealogical figures are the […]

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Today we look at the New Testament Text

Today we look at the New Testament Text: http://andnowyouknowmore.blogspot.com New Testament Text, Critic accuses us of using non-original text. However they have no problem…