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Even so, there were far more than four gospels that emerged during the early years of Christianity. In fact, there were, dozens, perhaps hundreds of gospels, each focusing different periods of Jesus' life, as well as differing aspects of his teaching and ministry.

Could there be the same unity between these gospels as there is between the four? One way to find out would be to combine them all into a single work and simply see what kind of Jesus they collectively present. The Super Gospel represents the first systematic effort to integrate all of the ancient gospels into a single readable text.

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For more information Click Here. Also, biblical linguists agree that the Hebrew and Greek original words for this conjunction may commonly be translated otherwise, depending on the immediate context.

Therefore, instead of and, alternatives such as also, but, however, now, so, then, and thus are accordingly rendered in the present edition, when the original language permits.

The real character of the Authorized Version does not reside in its archaic pronouns or verbs or other grammatical forms of the seventeenth century, but rather in the care taken by its scholars to impart the letter and spirit of the original text in a majestic and reverent style. This tradition is maintained. In the present edition the name is so capitalized whenever the covenant name is quoted in the New Testament from a passage in the Old Testament.

The Old Testament Text The Hebrew Bible has come down to us through the scrupulous care of ancient scribes who copied the original text in successive generations. By the sixth century A. Babylonia, Palestine, and Tiberias were the main centers of Masoretic activity; but by the tenth century A.

Through subsequent editions, the ben Asher text became in the twelfth century the only recognized form of the Hebrew Scriptures.

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Daniel Bomberg printed the first Rabbinic Bible in —17; that work was followed in —25 by a second edition prepared by Jacob ben Chayyim and also published by Bomberg. In Paul Kahle published a third edition of Biblia Hebraica. This edition was based on the oldest dated manuscript of the ben Asher text, the Leningrad Manuscript B19a A. In addition to referring to a variety of ancient versions of the Hebrew Scriptures, the New King James Version draws on the resources of relevant manuscripts from the Dead Sea caves.

In the few places where the Hebrew was so obscure that the King James was compelled to follow one of the versions, but where information is now available to resolve the problems, the New King James Version follows the Hebrew text.

Significant variations are recorded in the center reference column. The New Testament Text There is more manuscript support for the New Testament than for any other body of ancient literature.

Over five thousand Greek, eight thousand Latin, and many more manuscripts in other languages attest the integrity of the New Testament. There is only one basic New Testament used by Protestants, Roman Catholics, and Orthodox, by conservatives and liberals. Minor variations in hand copying have appeared through the centuries, before mechanical printing began about A. Some variations exist in the spelling of Greek words, in word order, and in similar details.

These ordinarily do not show up in translation and do not affect the sense of the text in any way. Other manuscript differences such as omission or inclusion of a word or a clause, and two paragraphs in the Gospels, should not overshadow the overwhelming degree of agreement which exists among the ancient records. Bible readers may be assured that the most important differences in English New Testaments of today are due, not to manuscript divergence, but to the way in which translators view the task of translation: How literally should the text be rendered?

How does the translator view the matter of biblical inspiration? Does the translator adopt a paraphrase when a literal rendering would be quite clear and more to the point?

The New King James Version follows the historic precedent of the Authorized Version in maintaining a literal approach to translation, except where the idiom of the original language cannot be translated directly into our tongue.

The King James New Testament was based on the traditional text of the Greek-speaking churches, first published in , and later called the Textus Receptus or Received Text.

Although based on the relatively few available manuscripts, these were representative of many more which existed at the time but only became known later.

In the late nineteenth century, B. Westcott and F. Hort taught that this text had been officially edited by the fourth-century church, but a total lack of historical evidence for this event has forced a revision of the theory. It is now widely held that the Byzantine Text that largely supports the Textus Receptus has as much right as the Alexandrian or any other tradition to be weighed in determining the text of the New Testament.

Since the s most contemporary translations of the New Testament have relied upon a relatively few manuscripts discovered chiefly in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Such translations depend primarily on two manuscripts, Codex Vaticanus and Codex Sinaiticus, because of their greater age. The Greek text obtained by using these sources and the related papyri our most ancient manuscripts is known as the Alexandrian Text.

However, some scholars have grounds for doubting the faithfulness of Vaticanus and Sinaiticus, since they often disagree with one another, and Sinaiticus exhibits excessive omission.

This text is called the Majority Text. Most of these manuscripts are in substantial agreement.

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Even though many are late, and none is earlier than the fifth century, usually their readings are verified by papyri, ancient versions, quotations from the early church fathers, or a combination of these. The Majority Text is similar to the Textus Receptus, but it corrects those readings which have little or no support in the Greek manuscript tradition. Today, scholars agree that the science of New Testament textual criticism is in a state of flux.

Very few scholars still favor the Textus Receptus as such, and then often for its historical prestige as the text of Luther, Calvin, Tyndale, and the King James Version.

For about a century most have followed a Critical Text so called because it is edited according to specific principles of textual criticism which depends heavily upon the Alexandrian type of text. More recently many have abandoned this Critical Text which is quite similar to the one edited by Westcott and Hort for one that is more eclectic. Finally, a small but growing number of scholars prefer the Majority Text, which is close to the traditional text except in the Revelation.

In light of these facts, and also because the New King James Version is the fifth revision of a historic document translated from specific Greek texts, the editors decided to retain the traditional text in the body of the New Testament and to indicate major Critical and Majority Text variant readings in the center reference column.

Although these variations are duly indicated in the center-column notes of the present edition, it is most important to emphasize that fully eighty-five percent of the New Testament text is the same in the Textus Receptus, the Alexandrian Text, and the Majority Text.

Center-Column Notes Significant explanatory notes, alternate translations, and cross-references, as well as New Testament citations of Old Testament passages, are supplied in the center reference column. Important textual variants in the Old Testament are identified in a standard form. The textual notes in the present edition of the New Testament make no evaluation of readings, but do clearly indicate the manuscript sources of readings. By giving a clearly defined set of variants the New King James Version benefits readers of all textual persuasions.

The textual notes reflect the scholarship of the past years and will assist the reader to observe the variations between the different manuscript traditions of the New Testament. Such information is generally not available in English translations of the New Testament.

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Radmacher After the apostle Paul had given some significant teaching to his younger son in the faith, Timothy, he gave him the key to understanding 2 Tim.

These are the same rules that are followed in everyday conversation when understanding takes place. He said, "Oh yes, you did laugh.

Far be that from you! Shall not the Judge of all the earth do what is just? Will you destroy the whole city for lack of five?

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Suppose thirty are found there. Suppose twenty are found there. Suppose ten are found there. Chapter 19 [] The two angels came to Sodom in the evening, and Lot was sitting in the gateway of Sodom. When Lot saw them, he rose to meet them, and bowed down with his face to the ground. Bring them out to us, so that we may know them.

Now we will deal worse with you than with them. Sons-in- law, sons, daughters, or anyone you have in the city - bring them out of the place.

Let me escape there - is it not a little one? Chapter 20 [] From there Abraham journeyed toward the region of the Negeb, and settled between Kadesh and Shur. While residing in Gerar as an alien, [] Abraham said of his wife Sarah, "She is my sister.

And she herself said, 'He is my brother. Therefore I did not let you touch her. But if you do not restore her, know that you shall surely die, you and all that are yours.

How have I sinned against you, that you have brought such great guilt on me and my kingdom? You have done things to me that ought not to be done. Yet I have borne him a son in his old age. And she departed, and wandered about in the wilderness of Beer-sheba. Do not be afraid; for God has heard the voice of the boy where he is. She went, and filled the skin with water, and gave the boy a drink.

Chapter 22 [] After these things God tested Abraham. He said to him, "Abraham! So the two of them walked on together. He bound his son Isaac, and laid him on the altar, on top of the wood. Abraham went and took the ram and offered it up as a burnt offering instead of his son. And your offspring shall possess the gate of their enemies, [] and by your offspring shall all the nations of the earth gain blessing for themselves, because you have obeyed my voice. These eight Milcah bore to Nahor, Abraham's brother.

Chapter 23 [] Sarah lived one hundred twenty-seven years; this was the length of Sarah's life.

Bury your dead in the choicest of our burial places; none of us will withhold from you any burial ground for burying your dead. For the full price let him give it to me in your presence as a possession for a burying place. I will give the price of the field; accept it from me, so that I may bury my dead there. Bury your dead. By this I shall know that you have shown steadfast love to my master.

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She went down to the spring, filled her jar, and came up.When they came to the land of Goshen, [ For the women will call me happy"; so she named him Asher. Noah was a righteous man, blameless in his generation; Noah walked with God. Cursed be everyone who curses you, and blessed be everyone who blesses you! Chapter 2 [] Thus the heavens and the earth were finished, and all their multitude.

Bury your dead in the choicest of our burial places; none of us will withhold from you any burial ground for burying your dead. One of these original texts is the Latin Vulgate written by Saint Jerome.