theology December 11, 2018 What do you think of the lost books Christopher Noel Boggess | PentecostalTheology.com What do you think of the lost books and the dead sea scrolls PentecostalTheology .com Previous articlePhilippians (N.T. Wright for Everyone Bible Study Guides) Next articleFaith leaders arrested at the Southern border 8 Comments Reply December 11, 2017 Christopher Noel Boggess Troy Day what do you think i dont know anything about them Reply December 11, 2017 Varnel Watson They are yet to be read in full by the public http://www.pentecostaltheology.com/?s=dead+sea Reply December 11, 2018 Joe Absher Never heard of them. You can always get a new Bible. Reply December 11, 2018 Jerome Herrick Weymouth If they don’t line up with the established word of God, then put them together with the apocrapha. And if your going to read them consider them poetry and or ficton. Reply December 12, 2018 Varnel Watson in the case of the Dead Sea Scrolls it was pretty astonishing match wouldnt you say? Reply December 12, 2018 Jerome Herrick Weymouth Troy Day I don’t know to much about the DSC, only that their is not much difference between the manuscripts then and now. (Jot, tittles, and crossed t’s). Reply December 12, 2018 Varnel Watson About 5% total BUT the Masoretes played no games when copied their MSS without error Reply December 12, 2018 Jerome Herrick Weymouth Troy Day I heard that they would give up thier lives than make a mistake in copying the MMS. Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Cancel replyComment Name Email Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.