Posts Tagged Middle Ages
Note From RaymondTheBrave:- This is one of the things that I am most passionate about. The state of the church. We all need to wake up out of our slumber and get on fire for Jesus. We believe statistics about how many people have been saved in various countries etc and they are wrong. […]
by Don Batten Six billion people live on planet Earth. That sounds like a lot of people. Well, I would not want to invite them all to a barbecue at my house! However, they could all fit into an area the size of England, with more than 20 square metres each. Many of us live […]
This is a Study of what it means to be a Lukewarm Christian. It gives us Advice from Jesus to Today’s Lukewarm Christian Laodicean Church. Rev 3:14-22 “And to the angel of the church of the Laodiceans write, ‘These things says the Amen, the Faithful and True Witness, the Beginning of the creation of God: ”I […]
As you can see, from the fourth century onwards the material base for establishing the text of the Greek New Testament is very good indeed. The manuscripts Sin. (Sinaiticus), A (Alexandrinus) and B (Vaticanus) are almost complete parchment manuscripts. With the help of the earlier papyrus manuscripts, we have been able to establish that the text of these three great manuscripts is largely reliable. The papyrus manuscript P75 was the latest to be published, but it showed a virtually identical text to manuscript B. This settled the vexed question whether we have in the parchment manuscripts of the fourth and fifth centuries a safe guide to the original text of the New Testament. We have.