I recently sat through a sermon in which the minister state that he used the KJV 1611 bible because it was translate word-for-word from the oldest Greek manuscripts available as ordained by God. Two days later we sat at my kitchen table discussing creation. During this conversation he informed me that the word "create" from the original Greek to "to create from nothing. "I told him that I was surprised to hear him admit that the Bible was mistranslated. He left without finishing his coffee. Have you ever caught a minister in a similar position?
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I agree, collegedad. Thanks for sharing your question and insights. It's been a great discussion and learning from others as well. :-)
Well I never thought about the time they were asleep. However I am sure Jesus told them what to write on tablets. He would never write a lie. I have researched different bibles and they say the same thing but worded differently.
Jesus never had a chance to speak to them about this after Gesthemane. He was arrested. And if he told them after he was resurrected, we have no way of knowing if they understood him well. I'm sure he didn't lie, and they did their best to understand
Great insight, Sid! I agree. :-)
I'm glad you found an avenue to share.
hm yea shocked for sure, sounds like a false prophet
LMBO, JThomp42. If he read "Pagan Christianity" by Frank Viola, he may faint. Though there is legalism and tradition in every culture, including the OT, I believe the Bible teaches us to come out of that and worship freely.