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1. The snowball Trinity versus the Father Almighty

The snowball Trinity versus the Father Almighty Who is the real God? A tri nity of persons (The Trinity) or just one person, the F at h...

Monday, 17 December 2012

28. The Lord's Prayer and The Great Commission

The Lord's Prayer and The Great Commission


The Lord’s Prayer

Matthew 6:
9 'Now, this is how you should pray:
Our Father who is in the heavens;
May Your Name be treated as Holy;
10 May Your Kingdom arrive;
And may Your Will take place on the earth,
As it has in the heavens.

11 'Give us our bread for this day,
12 And forgive us of all our debts,
As we have forgiven those who owe us.
13 Into temptation, may we not be led,
And from the Wicked [One], save us.


The Great Commission

Matthew 28:
19 So, go make disciples in all nations in my name, 20 and teach them to obey all the things that I commanded you. {Look!} I will be with you every day until the completion of the age.'


See also:


F.C. Kenyon, in The Text of the Greek Bible, pages 241-242 said:
"At the first each book had its single original text, which it is now the object of criticism to recover, but in the first two centuries this original Greek text disappeared under a mass of variants, created by errors, by conscious alterations, and by attempts to remedy the uncertainties thus created."

It is hard for some of us, but this is an answer. The Bible must be "cleaned" by conscious and unconscious errors.

"Codex Bezae (MS Nn.2.41)
(...)
This manuscript is a notable evidence of what could do and did (alter a text) a copyist (scribe) when he copy a biblical text:

It is the oldest manuscript to contain the story of the adulterous woman (John 7.53-8.11). It is on Folios 133v to 135.
The genealogy of Jesus in Luke's Gospel is arranged in reverse order so as to conform more closely with that in Matthew. It is on Folios 195v to 197.
There is a story about Jesus found in no other manuscript (the story of the man working on the Sabbath, placed after Luke 6.4). It is on Folios 205v and 206.
It is the oldest manuscript to contain the longer ending of Mark (16.9-20). The last pages of Mark are missing, so all that remains is the Greek text of verses 9-15. What follows is text supplied in the ninth century. It is on Folio 347v.
In Acts, when the angel delivers Peter from prison the detail is added that they go into the street down seven steps (Acts 12.10). It is on Folios 463v-464, eleven lines from the bottom of the page."
http://cudl.lib.cam.ac.uk/view/MS-NN-00002-00041/371

A must read:

The snowball Trinity versus the Father Almighty
He is "Yehowah": God's holy name
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