Re: [NTLK] How do you use your Newton?

From: Scott Rogers <srogers_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sun Aug 17 2008 - 14:43:09 EDT

God's Secretaries is a good read. It's about how little we know about
the origins of the KJV.

On 8/17/08, Michael J. Hu▀mann <michael@michael-hussmann.de> wrote:
> Doug Denby (ddenby@rogers.com) wrote:
>
>> Impossible. There are no original Hebrew, Aramaic or Greek texts. They
>> are all copies of, copies of, copies of, ... original texts. And much
>> of the provenance is suspect. And that is before translation.
>
> Pure heresy! Apparently you haven't visited the website mentioned in his
> signature (<http://www.usekjvonly.com>):
>
> "God wrote the Bible perfectly through his prophets and servants. God
> dictated it word for word, punctuation for punctuation."
>
> Must have been quite difficult, writing down words in English, a
> language that didn't even exist back then. And quite pointless when
> nobody would understand a word of it. But there you go.
>
> - Michael
>
>
> Michael J. Hu▀mann
>
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