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Putting To Rest The Textual Ambiguity Debate Once And For All

If you read everything we have previously published on our website (http://internationalauthorizedversion.com/) on the subject of textual ambiguity, you will conclude that we contradict ourselves and, in terms of our published words, you would be right. We said that science … Continue reading

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How Textual Ambiguity Can Be Irrelevant

More information on this article can be found at International Authorized Version. Ancient Greek is a more flexible language than modern English. In ancient Greek, there is no requirement (rule) that adjectives come before or after nouns. Therefore, the following … Continue reading

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Complete Explanation Of The Absence Of Textual Ambiguity

For a full explanation of this article see our International Authorized Version website. First, no amount of data and information is going to convince anyone that we have a perfect Bible if they do not believe that God has given … Continue reading

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