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Bible Version Scholarship

(Update #28)

 

For all of our information on this subject, see our Tischendorf Fact Site.

 

Our first principle in the area of the Bible version discussion is this:

 

The Concludability Principle

 

It is scientifically possible to know what Bible is the correct version of the Bible both in the original languages in which the Bible was written and in any language into which the Bible is translated.

 

We have presented a proposition.  We will provide the evidence that proves the proposition.

 

We will be presenting a huge amount of information currently found on our original website via http://lfnexus.com/biblicalscience.htm.  A handful of the articles on that web page need to be updated with more current information and more current low-level conclusions but the high-level conclusions, which support the Textus Receptus and the King James Bible, are still true and valid.  These articles include instruction in the “Aurum (Golden Verse) Principle” (“Aurum” is pronounced “or [rhymes with ‘more’] - um [rhymes with ‘hum’]”), the “Argentum (Silver Verse) Principle” (“Argentum” is pronounced “ar [rhymes with ‘car’] - jen [rhymes with ‘men’] - tum [rhymes with ‘hum’]”), and the “Aeneus (Bronze Verse) Principle” (“Aeneus” is pronounced “en [rhymes with ‘ben’]-e [rhymes with ‘me’]-us [rhymes with ‘bus’]”).  The essence of these principles is that certain textual components are shared to varying degrees by different textual sources; for example, in the case of the Aurum Principle, by all textual sources.

 

We now introduce the “Plutonum (Plutonium Verse) Principle,” which states:

 

The superordinate key to translating the true text lies in those verses that are identical in all streams of transmission and are identical in all translations and have only one possible interpretation (hermeneutical understanding).  We call these verses “Plutonium Verses.”

 

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