Arnold Williams (notebuyer) wrote,
Arnold Williams
notebuyer

Still Wrong

It is a matter of some amazement to me that the "scholars" spend their time translating a text which is no more than a decade old, while criticizing the translators of the KJV for relying on "a few recent manuscripts". That the manuscript they cite are wildly in conflict with each other, and only preserved because no one used them doesn't matter: for a scholar, a defective manuscript is good for many articles, while the correct one might command assent, which doesn't lead to tenure.

Let's see what that looks like for Dallas Theological Seminary's "NET Bible":

Tags: bible, kjv, scholarship
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